disbenefit

dis·ben·e·fit

 (dĭs-bĕn′ə-fĭt)
n.
Something that is a disadvantage or has a deleterious effect; a drawback.

disbenefit

(dɪsˈbɛnɪfɪt)
n
formal Austral a disadvantage
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Unwanted adverts that aim to manipulate consumer behaviour represent a disbenefit that ought to be netted off; indeed, many people are proving willing to pay for ad blockers to access free content without adverts.
They plotted the results in tables and color-coded the cells to indicate whether the treatment resulted in a benefit (orange), disbenefit (yellow), or neither (white).
Also, in winter in warm-humid climates, ERV operation has the disbenefit of keeping moisture inside the house at times when drier outside air might have helped reduce indoor high humidity.
As a result, the process becomes self-fulfilling to the point where it is difficult to see when London's congestion effects will finally be identified as a disbenefit rather than a good reason to invest yet more.
Alternatively, if there is little scope to improve quality, the SDPO provides a more direct way of preventing the detrimental impact of cost innovation on service quality, which is particularly important when the expected benefit of cost cutting efforts is about equal the likely disbenefit of quality degradation.
They were said to have discussed certain routes, avoiding direct competition to the disbenefit of passengers, including on Arriva's Ashington to Newcastle run, and Go North East's Hexham to Newcastle service.
I would rather doubt that there is price manipulation to the disbenefit of the customer I would rather doubt," said Mr Stoney, who is director of Liverpool Research Group in Macroeconomics and an honorary senior fellow at Liverpool University Management School.
As the magnitude of the effect is a significant disbenefit, the score given for A2 is -2.
What evidence we found suggested that water fluoridation was likely to have a beneficial effect, but that the range could be anywhere from a substantial benefit to a slight disbenefit to children's teeth.
Speed camera violations mean penalty points and a fine, plus of course the added disbenefit of the possibility of a higher insurance premium next time when you have to declare them.
whereas there are few studies where a disbenefit is shown'.