Disimprovement

Dis`im`prove´ment


n.1.Reduction from a better to a worse state; as, disimprovement of the earth; specific features which are worse than former features; disimprovements in the new Windows operating system.
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The number of visitors to the site in increasing leading to congestion and a disimprovement in the visitor experience.
Unique in my memory, though, for an Alden production (whichever brother you choose), it didn't hurt matters, either--but then A Quiet Place doesn't offer much room for disimprovement.
He said: "The sector showed a further disimprovement in October, with fall-outs from September 11 exacerbating the effects of the international slowdown.