lose favor

lose favor

(with someone) Go to fall out of favor (with someone).
See also: favor, lose
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BDs will experience a big sales impact as high-commission products, such as annuities, lose favor.
As for the current female standouts, they could inadvertently stumble along the way and lose favor with some viewers-so they definitely can't take their unique appeal for granted.
I love football and hate to see it lose favor, but I, too, have become concerned about how it has developed.
The PHO did lose favor for a time as providers chose to function independently to generate revenue.
The shoes swept the country for decades but began to lose favor due to bad ventilation leading to foot odor, the China Daily reports.
As clinical networks emerge using internet standards, those that link physicians to only one hospital or payer will lose favor quickly.
The Emerging Trends rankings show the speed with which cities can gain or lose favor in the nationwide survey.
Rather than disturb the prince by becoming the agent for bad news, and perhaps lose favor, the courtier elects to withhold information essential to realistic policy decisions.
However, religious buildings and research facilities are likely to lose favor among donors and investors, and hence to record declining growth rates.
What Mannix doesn't want to talk about: his opposition to abortion, and other issues that would please social conservatives on the right but lose favor with middle-voting Oregonians.
If an analyst cries "sell,' he's likely to lose favor with the company and be bumped from a favorable position in the string of phone calls.
As travelers' checks lose favor among consumers and businesses, travelers are using cash, credit cards or card-like products for paying vacation bills.
While leaf salads at lunch lose favor with Hispanics as they acculturate, chips grow in prominence with Hispanic acculturation.