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undeserving of


Definitions from WordNet

Adjective undeserving of has 1 sense
  1. undeserving, undeserving of, unworthy of - not deserving; "the undeserving poor"
    Antonym: worthy (indirect, via unworthy)

Definitions from the Web

Undeserving Of


Undeserving of is a phrase used to express that someone or something does not deserve a particular action, treatment, or circumstance. It is often used to convey a sense of unmerited or unjust treatment.


As an Adjective:

  1. She felt undeserving of the praise she received for her achievements.
  2. The homeless man appeared undeserving of the harsh judgment from passersby.
  3. He proved himself undeserving of the trust his friends had placed in him.

As an Adverb:

  1. She was treated undeserving of her true abilities.
  2. He was unfairly and undeserving of the promotion he had earned.
  3. They were quick to dismiss him, undeserving of a chance to prove himself.

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