self-disservice

disservice

[dis-sur-vis]
noun
1.
harmful or injurious service; an ill turn.
verb (used with object), disserviced, disservicing.
2.
to provide inadequate or faulty service to: Small shippers are most often disserviced by transportation breakdowns.

Origin:
1590–1600; dis-1 + service

self-disservice, noun


1. wrong, hurt, harm, injury, unkindness.
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disservice (dɪsˈsɜːvɪs)
 
n
an ill turn; wrong; injury, esp when trying to help
 
dis'serviceable
 
adj

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disservice
1599, from dis- + service (q.v.).
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