misserved

See: aggrieved
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I was misserved of my dinner, when I was at your house.
His glorious self-promotion in these rancid self-exculpatory memoirs has been given the full blessing of the state he so misserved.
Peter Torkildsen, a former member of Congress, said yesterday the comments suggested society somehow misserved the terrorists.
It doesn't necessarily mean that children are being misserved,''said Edward Condon, executive director of the California Head Start Association, a nonprofit advocacy group representing providers statewide.
And if they go to a lawyer, they're often misserved, because the lawyer doesn't really have enough expertise in any particular thing to really help them.
You seldom hear about the smaller incidents and seemingly trivial events renters or owners who were disappointed or misserved due to staff mistakes or negligence.