See, the federal government is okay when it's a Republican administration and the "free stuff" is going to "deserving" people.
Given to the politicians least deserving of a return ticket to Washington.
She gets past the exterior, and just saw him deserving of unconditional love.
The Medal of Honor has been awarded only 13 times in more than a decade of conflict while deserving recipients are passed over.
That's no small feat, and it's deserving of sadness more than anything else, but it appears to be the new normal.
Adieu, most distinguished sir, deserving in many ways of my hearty reverence.
As such he was deserving of such punishment as the law decreed and no more.
Why, it is an army in itself, in the hands of a general at all deserving of that name.
The King believed you alike dangerous and deserving of punishment.
The President was interested, as in all such cases where a deserving life and a sorrowing woman were at stake.
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.