verb (used with object), dis·serv·iced, dis·serv·ic·ing.
Origin of disservice
Examples from the Web for disservice
And, in doing so, are we ultimately doing them, as well as the feminist movement, a disservice?Lana Del Rey and the Fault in Our ‘Feminist’ Stars|Amy Zimmerman|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Maybe they help sell church services, but do they do a disservice to the gospel?Can’t Fill the House On Easter? Try Handing Out Gadgets|Matthew Paul Turner|April 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Not to deal with this and the way we have done it would have been a disservice to the series.Kentucky’s Finest Antihero: Walton Goggins on Justified’s Chameleon Villain|Allen Barra|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We are doing him a disservice by not working harder on this.
This hate speech is wrong, inaccurate and a disservice to learning.When Israeli Settlers Direct Violence at Palestinian Schoolchildren|Matt Surrusco|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"I scarce know whether he did me service or disservice, your Highness," he added, with something between a grunt and a sigh.The Mercenary|W. J. Eccott
May I answer without doing an injury or disservice to his Imperial Majesty?Imaginary Conversations and Poems|Walter Savage Landor
It would be doing a disservice to his memory to deny that his style did not possess literary distinction or elegance.Mark Twain|Archibald Henderson
"And greatly to your disservice besides," added I, severely.That Boy Of Norcott's|Charles James Lever
Well has Ennius said, "Kindnesses misplaced are nothing but a curse and disservice."