disadvantaged

All Adjective Verb
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  • She also taught in schools for the disadvantaged for a time when she was young.
  • Action for Children works with the most disadvantaged young people in society.
  • Blue Bear offers numerous music programs for disadvantaged youth throughout the year.
  • Then they considered how the economically disadvantaged students performed against the state average.
  • At that time, it was primarily a summer program serving disadvantaged youth.
  • She was very concerned with the situation of women, children, and the disadvantaged.
  • There are a large number of disadvantaged people in the area who are currently seeking assistance.
  • She has been an advocate for disadvantaged Americans for her entire professional life.
  • Until that time the country remained very poor and largely underdeveloped due to its disadvantaged starting position.
  • However, when it comes to secondary education, girls are still disadvantaged.
  • Similarly, their subsequent generation are also disadvantaged in the labor market due to their poor health.
  • The centre offers a wide range of activities to visitors, including several training courses for disadvantaged young people.
  • He had long been concerned about those who were "far from God" and very disadvantaged.
  • They established schools to educate their sons and held common lands to aid disadvantaged families.
  • His father regularly brought home a variety of clients and disadvantaged people to give them assistance.
  • This situation has led to a debate over the question of building additional living structures for the disadvantaged.
  • They had been started in areas where someone had been concerned enough to want to help disadvantaged children towards a better life.
  • Letterkenny also has the country's best record for providing third-level education to disadvantaged students.
  • Later the club decided to raise funds for other disadvantaged children.
  • Native troops generally knew local conditions better, and could be used in terrain on which foreign troops were disadvantaged.
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Root form of disadvantaged is disadvantage for the verb.

Synonyms of disadvantaged

Meaning of disadvantaged

  • verb Put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm
    This rule clearly disadvantages me