disadvantage

[ dis-uhd-van-tij, -vahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disadvantage

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISADVANTAGE

Under its influence Hope sometimes appeared at disadvantage.

As compared with the statesman, he suffers the disadvantage of being alive.

And yet, upon the whole, it is not greatly to his disadvantage.

Do you know of any thin above that can be found to your disadvantage?

"You shall not be at any disadvantage," he said, and began to strip with all possible speed.

I know you are impatient to hear what were the reports to your disadvantage, and from whom I had them.

If this be true, as a painter he must have been at a disadvantage.

But the inclusion of so wide a field has had a disadvantage.

You are a smooth man of the world, sir, and at such play have me at a disadvantage.

Use him well, and he's a hearty fellow, and scorns to have you at a disadvantage.

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