A case of harsh, unfair, or injurious treatment; a ROYAL FUCKING: The Academy officers were heaping raw deal after raw deal on him (1912+)
Many fans feel that streaming services give a raw deal to musicians, and want to make amends for using them.
I paid the artists something like $25 a page—we called it the raw deal.
Pasquale can't put over such a raw deal without getting a run for his money from me.
It's a raw deal you're givin' us, but I reckon you know yore own business, Wadley.
But if he summonses me I will go Al and not whine about getting a raw deal.
"Hold up, that's a raw deal," said Snorky rising wrathfully.
I don't forget I've had raw deal—lots of ways; but no point not saying Sylvia had pretty raw one from Dolly.
You must have handed Mr. Turnbull a raw deal; he was so ready to think evil of you.
That Keats bunch cant run in no raw deal like that on the Arrownot while Im range boss.
And we gave him a raw deal instead, not once, but again and again.