The Nobel is not the only award the president does not deserve.
Haitians deserve something far better than restoration of life as they once knew it.
The world lost somebody wonderful in Melanie and Bud Billings did not deserve to be killed in his household.
Tavakoli and the scores of other activists, bloggers, journalists and lawyers jailed in Iran deserve our unwavering support.
In short, Americans deserve an Oval Office address from President Obama on Afghanistan and our way forward.
You deserve one chance for your life; and if I should fall it will be in danger.
There is something sickly about our state while we do so, and we deserve to be suffering as we are.
Well, I dare say they deserve it quite as much as the average Christian does.
If we go, we shall leave behind us a bad character, which we do not deserve.
You see, Vilma, dear, this woman—God knows I do not deserve it at her hands!
early 13c., from Old French deservir (Modern French desservir) "deserve, be worthy of, earn, merit," from Latin deservire "serve well," from de- "completely" (see de-) + servire "to serve" (see serve). From "be entitled to because of good service" (a sense found in Late Latin), meaning generalized c.1300 to "be worthy of." Related: Deserved; deserving.