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Definition of "shortchanged" [shortchanged]

  • Present participle of shortchange. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "shortchanged" in a sentence
  • "Alas what could have been still been achieved on the Moon got once again shortchanged with NASA being stuck for several years on a continuing budget resolution because of exponentially increasing war costs."
  • "And so I do think there's an element of the electorate getting - did I use the word shortchanged before?"
  • "Potter told authorities he felt "shortchanged" for his service and offered that as his motive for falsifying his discharge certificate and wearing the medals he was never awarded."