Definition of 'disadvantageous'
Example sentences containing 'disadvantageous'
In fact, I suspect there is quite a lot to be found out about Mr Craybourne-Fisk that might be electorally disadvantageous.POLITICAL SUICIDE (2002)
And you know as well as I do that UNACO has been renowned in the past for pulling a disadvantageous situation around to suit its own needs.CODE BREAKER (2002)
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