disadvantages[ dis-uhd-van-tij, -vahn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF disadvantages
Synonyms for disadvantages
- adverse circumstance
- fly in the ointment
- stumbling block
- weak point
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISADVANTAGES
Now here's one of the advantages, or disadvantages, of knowing a disappointed man.
She recapitulated all her disadvantages, dwelling on each and making the most of it.
In society, high advantages are set down to the possessor as disadvantages.
She seemed to weigh their values and disadvantages, looking dubious and doubtful.
The disadvantages are further multiplied by the difficulty of travelling and communication.
Have you considered that the freedom of my country carries with it disadvantages?
She accepts the disadvantages of wifehood and foregoes the advantages.
Each of these methods has its advantages—and, I may add, its disadvantages likewise.
With all her disadvantages in externals, I know she was really beloved.
This system has its disadvantages as well as their opposite.