undeserver

undeserver

(ˌʌndɪˈzɜːvə)
n
a person who does not deserve something
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From a semantic and morphological point of view, undeserver is noteworthy because the nominal input to un- is restricted to abstract nouns, most of which end in ness or -ity.
Cassius misused his power: through his 'itching palm' he used '[t]o sell and mart [...] offices for gold | To undeservers' (IV.