disserve

Deserve vs Disserve - What's the difference?

deserve | disserve |


As verbs the difference between deserve and disserve

is that deserve is to be entitled to, as a result of past actions; to be worthy to have while disserve is to treat poorly; to do a disservice to.

Terms vs Disserve - What's the difference?

terms | disserve |


As a noun terms

is .

As a verb disserve is

to treat poorly; to do a disservice to.

Disserve vs Misserve - What's the difference?

disserve | misserve |


As verbs the difference between disserve and misserve

is that disserve is to treat poorly; to do a disservice to while misserve is to serve unfaithfully.

Disserve vs Diserve - What's the difference?

disserve | diserve |


As verbs the difference between disserve and diserve

is that disserve is to treat poorly; to do a disservice to while diserve is .

Disserved vs Disserve - What's the difference?

disserved | disserve |


As verbs the difference between disserved and disserve

is that disserved is (disserve) while disserve is to treat poorly; to do a disservice to.

Disservice vs Disserve - What's the difference?

disservice | disserve |


As a noun disservice

is ill office.

As a verb disserve is

to treat poorly; to do a disservice to.

Poorly vs Disserve - What's the difference?

poorly | disserve |


As an adverb poorly

is in a poor manner or condition; without plenty, or sufficiency, or suitable provision for comfort.

As an adjective poorly

is ill, unwell, sick.

As a verb disserve is

to treat poorly; to do a disservice to.