[ ʌnsˈɜːvɪsəblɪ], [ ʌnsˈɜːvɪsəblɪ], [ ʌ_n_s_ˈɜː_v_ɪ_s_ə_b_l_ɪ]
Related words: unserviceable, unserviceable product, unserviceable goods, unserviceable car, unserviceable blood alcohol
How to use "Unserviceably" in context?
I first encountered "unserviceably" in a sentence when I was reading one of my students' papers. The student used the word to describe how their computer serial port was not working. The serial port is a built-in device on some computers that allows you to connect and communicate with other computers. I found the word to be descriptive and helpful in understanding the student's paper. I have since come across the word in other contexts and have found it to be a useful and descriptive term.
In general, "unserviceably" means that something is not working or is in a state that makes it difficult to use.
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