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ill-served

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishill-servedˌill-ˈserved adjective [not before noun]  not helped by something or not represented well The northeast of the country is ill-served by the rail network.
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ill-servedYoung people are ill-served by arts programmes.Actors, after all, are routinely ill-served by playwrights.Lee believes women have been ill-served by the medical system.Certainly left handed people are ill-served in western society.
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