Disserviceable


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Dis`serv´ice`a`ble


a.1.Calculated to do disservice or harm; not serviceable; injurious; harmful; unserviceable.
References in classic literature ?
one who had been disserviceable to the enemies of the nation.
Around the same time, Thorstein Veblen, while railing against some of the rationalistic assumptions that appeared to belittle actual social behaviour (concerning, for example, the anthropological role of human labour), was adamant that spontaneous institutions unchecked by deliberation might be formally functional but still essentially dysfunctional or, as he put it, imbecilic or disserviceable (see Camic & Hodgson 2011, selection 38).
Disserviceable Conceptualizations of Interdisciplinary Science