Antonyms of MERIT

Examples of usage:

  1. That had been proper to every one's station that she had yet encountered save poor Mrs. Wix's own, and the particular merit of Sir Claude had seemed precisely that he was different from every one. "What Maisie Knew" by Henry James
  2. Is it not strange, let me add, to think that Keats and his friends were probably unconscious of the extraordinary merit of this poem? "Oxford Lectures on Poetry" by Andrew Cecil Bradley
  3. However, this does not seem enough to merit an 8- bit text. "The Campaign of Chancellorsville" by Theodore A. Dodge
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