The majority of the West Virginia Supreme Court justices believed Tony deserved another chance.
He deserved the money, people say, or, His mother failed him.
“That could only really be accomplished by turning Alex Forrest into a monster who deserved her fate,” Dearden said.
We loved Zellweger as Bridget Jones for owning her weight, finding love, and never settling for less than she deserved.
The United States deserved the downgrade, and it should have happened sooner.
I examined this shred of skin with all the care that it deserved.
It had the success which it deserved, being five times printed.
I have no doubt of that, and so she died as she deserved to die.'
Under other circumstances, he would have said that the Spaniard deserved to win.
You have done more for me than I expected, and a hundred times more than I deserved.
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.