deserve

All Verb Noun
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  • Will she get them the life they deserve, but cannot even dream of?
  • But a couple of years later, he would get his well deserved moment.
  • However, she also felt like she did deserve another chance to prove herself.
  • No one we have found more deserving to the position than you!
  • But a huge figure who we believe deserves a great deal more attention.
  • The progress of her mind during these early years well deserves to be recorded.
  • He has finally gained the recognition he has felt for years that he deserved.
  • Besides these, the college management may also offer financial support in deserving cases.
  • He has worked hard all of his days; he is deserving of something better. Cited from Watch Yourself Go By, by Al. G. Field
  • They believe that they do not deserve love or support from others.
  • He never gets in trouble no matter what, even when he really deserves it.
  • He turned it down as he felt his character deserved a more substantial role.
  • He deserves this and if we can help him along the way, that would be great.
  • He tells them they don't even deserve to call Italy their home.
  • James never thought the last word could be said about any writer deserving of extended review.
  • You deserved so much more than you were given when you were on this planet.
  • He would have deserved it even if he had not made this discovery.
  • She does not think about herself; whether she deserves her fate or not.
  • You know what, people get what they deserve, they really do.
  • If you have found us then you deserve to be here.
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Meaning of deserve

  • verb Be worthy or deserving
    You deserve a promotion after all the hard work you have done