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Out of favor


No longer respected. Loss of favorability. The fact that something is no longer in favor, implies that it was favored in the past, so it represents a loss of status. (Compare to Fall flat or Out of sync.)

“Ann Boleyn lostĀ  her head when she fell out of favor with King Henry VIII.”

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