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deserved

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeservedde‧served /dɪˈzɜːvd $ -ˈzɜːrvd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 DESERVEearned because of good or bad behaviour, skill, work etc 🔊 He has a well-deserved reputation as a reliable worker.a deserved win/victory/success etc 🔊 Larsson’s goal gave Celtic a deserved victory.
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deservedA remarkable and well deserved achievement.She will need to go if she is to take what would seem to be a deserved place in the record books.Simon Brain's shot was block, but Derek Hall bundled the ball over the line for a deserved point.Goodman and Rush responded with the goals that gave Sunderland a deserved success.a deserved win/victory/success etcGoodman and Rush responded with the goals that gave Sunderland a deserved success.Star were up 36-34 at halftime, but a storming performance by Annadale saw them squeezed home to a deserved victory.This was, however, a deserved victory.It ended up a deserved win, thankfully, but it could so easily have been a draw.
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