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Synonyms for disservice
dɪsˈsɜr vɪsdis·ser·vice

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. disservice, ill service, ill turnnoun

    an act intended to help that turns out badly

    "he did them a disservice"

    ill turn, ill service


Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. disservicenoun

    injury, harm, mischief, hurt, disadvantage

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  1. The Democrats ':

    What I would hope is that the media would have a better job reaching out to the individuals who live in these neighborhoods, and not simply keeping the NAACP on speed dial. I think that's a real disservice to the people in these communities who are being misrepresented, both in Washington and on cable television.

  2. Jason Ser:

    The image I think that’s being fostered here, created here, by focusing only on parts of the video certainly, I think, do a disservice to Mr. McCaughey, the government is emphasizing two and a half minutes of out of essentially 23 years of Mr. McCaughey’s life.

  3. Gary Casteel:

    Volkswagen has refused to come to the bargaining table in violation of federal law, by refusing to engage in collective bargaining after a successful election, Volkswagen is not only doing a disservice to its employees but now is thumbing its nose at the federal government as well.

  4. Royce West:

    Let’s not whitewash it because it is, and yes, we should be teaching our kids the history of this country so they won’t make the same mistakes that were made by our generations before us, and when we put up things like this, for instance, I think it’s a disservice.

  5. Joel H. Hildebrand:

    The invention of IQ did a great disservice to creativity in education. ... Individuality, personality, originality, are too precious to be meddled with by amateur psychiatrists whose patterns for a 'wholesome personality' are inevitably their own.

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