Example sentences for: disservice

How can you use “disservice” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • A Times of London editorial said the vote was "a serious blow to America's political and moral authority" and that the "Senate Republicans, by exploiting the opportunity to inflict a very public defeat on a lame-duck President, have done their country, and their allies, a grave disservice."

  • To lump these pillars of respectability in my life and in my community with the few bad seeds that slip through the cracks of the organization is a grave disservice to the thousands of men and women who willingly give their evenings, weekends, and dollars to an organization whose core goal is to mold impressionable boys into upstanding, moral men.

  • In so doing he fails the Jewish people, and does a grave disservice to the sense of fairness and decency to all.

  • I say anyone who writes a masterpiece does a service to literature, just as anyone who tries to make a work of art grist for their political mill does it a disservice.

  • Some other things I'd like to touch on this week: Did the bifurcated Roosevelt White House do a disservice in providing a model for later administrations, in which poor folks and children and the lame and the halt were insidiously sentimentalized as women's work?


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