- to offer inadequate services or facilities to.
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Examples from the Web for underserved
Freestyle co-president Mark Borde says the film specifically targets the “underserved” Christian-singles community.‘Old Fashioned’: Your Christian-Friendly, Kink-Free Alternative to ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
July 30, 2014
For instance, minority doctors are more likely to go on to work among indigent or underserved populations after medical school.With Arsenio Hall Out, Late Night Becomes All White and Male—and So What?
June 2, 2014
I also had students that I took on pro bono from underserved schools who were the first in their family to go to college.College Application Guru Turned Author Lacy Crawford on ‘Early Decision’
August 24, 2013
Across the United States, we have opened 86 new stores in underserved communities bringing hundreds of new jobs.Walmart’s Goodwill Tour: We Love Our Workers and America, Too
June 29, 2013
He works for a high-end destination spa company that has a foundation that delivers health help to underserved communities.Dr. Richard Carmona Faces a Tough Race as the Democratic Candidate for Senate in Arizona
Terry Greene Sterling
May 19, 2012
During my Administration, health services to the poor and underserved have been dramatically increased.
Word Origin and History for underserved
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper