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  • r  in a disadvantageous way; to someone's disadvantage
    angry that the case was settled disadvantageously for them

  • I have been subjected to some unfriendly criticism, which, no matter how unjustified, might reflect itself disadvantageously upon Standard Fruit.
  • Certainly Moore's role contrasts dramatically, and disadvantageously, with that of Lawrence O'Brien, the almost legendary congressional fix-it man for John Kennedy and Lyndon .

  • John Cornyn in FOXNews
    The problem would be the potential Bork problem, where opponents of the nominee would be able to characterize the nominee disadvantageously during that time,said Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, a former Texas state Supreme Court justice, referring...

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