ill-favouredly (adv.) Old form(s): Ill-fauoredly , ill-fauouredly
badly, unpleasingly, offensively
AYL III.ii.255[Orlando to Jaques] mar no moe of my verses with reading them ill-favouredly [or: with a disapproving look]
H5 IV.ii.38[Grandpr?š to all, of the English army] Yon island carrions ... / Ill-favouredly become the morning field
MW III.v.63[Falstaff to Ford as Brook, of Falstaff's success with Mistress Ford] Very ill-favouredly
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