We say that none run women down, but such as are too old or too ill-favoured, or too witless, to please them.
It cannot be denied that the academic expression "Literature" is an ill-favoured word.
He knew that he was anything but ill-favoured as far as face went.
Dust clung unpleasantly to its hairy and ill-favoured person.
Swarthy, ill-favoured faces appear behind the folds of dingy rebozos.
And a well-fed, ill-favoured gentleman he was, as ever served Her Majesty at Portland.
Three fair things that hide ugliness: good manners in the ill-favoured; skill in a serf; wisdom in the misshapen.
A smile of triumph, and then a scowl, crossed the ill-favoured face of the man.
The latter was a squat, ill-favoured, heavy man, with small piercing eyes that were never at rest.
This was my pleasantry, for he was a monstrous big man, but not ill-favoured.