Out of favor - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
out of favor
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*out of favor (with someone)
no longer desirable or preferred by someone. (*Typically: be ~; go ~.) I can't ask John to help. I'm out of favor with him. That kind of thing has been out of favor for years.
in/out of ˈfavour (with somebody) supported/not supported or liked/not liked by somebody: I seem to be out of favour with the head of department after my remarks at the meeting. ♢ He stays late every afternoon because he wants to stay in favour with the boss.