Idiom: a raw deal
— I got a raw deal with my desk and computer because I started a week later than the rest of the team.
— Did you get a raw deal or did you just except the first offer without negotiating a higher salary?
— Our boss handed out our assignments and as usual, I got a raw deal and have to work with Sandy on the project.
— If you keep handing him raw deals, he's going to leave the company. Or is that your objective?
— The travelers on the tour who got rooms without sea views felt they'd gotten a raw deal.
— My first sponsorship was a raw deal but I didn't want my fans to hear me complain publicly.
— Many singers get a raw deal with their first recording contracts because they have no leverage against the big record companies.
— I got a raw deal on my last flight. I paid $4,500 to sit next to a guy who had horrible body odor and snored the whole flight. They wouldn't let me move to coach without buying another ticket.
— All of my fellow students got huge signing bonuses when they joined their law firms but I got a really raw deal.
— This time I'm bringing my brother with me when I buy a new car. Last time, I got a raw deal.
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