Disservice sentence example
Warburton's manner of dealing with opponents was both insolent and rancorous, but it did him no disservice.
This whole issue has been a huge disservice to women.
This month I feel that I have learned so much, that I would be doing a disservice to you my readers by not pointing you in the direction of some of the things I have learned.
In either case the reader is done a serious disservice.
The mother, in my judgment, is doing her children a grave disservice in seeking to alienate them from their father.Advertisement
To call it surreal would be to do the word surreal a gross disservice.
To persist in the view that nurses are always subservient to doctors is to do the profession a disservice.
Additionally, hounding her is a gross disservice to law enforcement because her help will cease if someone discovers her identity.
I think the greatest disservice done was Thatcher with the Poll Tax.
To ignore this is doing a disservice both to the student and to the history of the dance form itself.Advertisement