So to trivialize it, in quotation marks, really does a disservice to our show.
These claims are a form of desperation—and a disservice both to American history and American voters.
Not to deal with this and the way we have done it would have been a disservice to the series.
But boiling the narratives to their essence in this summary fashion does the novel a disservice.
You do yourself a disservice by fighting affronts with your sword of righteousness and terrible, swift retorts.
As for Gaston Cheverny, he did me then and there the only disservice of his life.
It was the hundredth disservice the silly fellow had done me.
It would be doing a disservice to his memory to deny that his style did not possess literary distinction or elegance.
Miss Crawford's beauty did her no disservice with the Miss Bertrams.
We will not do a great man such a disservice as to dig him up for a spectacle.