verb (used with object), dis·ad·van·taged, dis·ad·van·tag·ing.
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Contemporary Examples of disadvantage
“The only disadvantage is contrary to President Obama, we definitely have ‘boots on the ground,’” the former Army officer said.Air Force Pilots Say They're Flying Blind Against ISIS
October 10, 2014
So the disadvantage of having multiple things is on a day where everything is going badly on all things.The TV Superhero Guru Behind ‘The Flash’
October 6, 2014
The disadvantage for the borough is its location in a big blue state.DINO Hunters Are Dreaming Hipster Dreams of the DNC in Brooklyn
August 12, 2014
Women fall behind when they take time out to raise children and then return to the workplace at a disadvantage.What Equal Pay Day? McConnell Slams Paycheck Fairness Act
April 9, 2014
As such, black owners have to reduce prices in order to make up for this disadvantage.A Great Deal…Unless You're Black
January 24, 2014
Historical Examples of disadvantage
Under its influence Hope sometimes appeared at disadvantage.Malbone
Thomas Wentworth Higginson
As compared with the statesman, he suffers the disadvantage of being alive.The Devil's Dictionary
And yet, upon the whole, it is not greatly to his disadvantage.
Do you know of any thin above that can be found to your disadvantage?
"You shall not be at any disadvantage," he said, and began to strip with all possible speed.Casanova's Homecoming