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№30 it serves you right — you have got just about what you deserve for your behaviour or actions
1. You took money that ought to have fed starving children. Serve you right! If I had been the father of one of those children, I’d have given you something worse than the sack. (B. Shaw)
1. “Served him right,” said Drouet afterward, even in view of her keen expiation of her error. “I haven’t any pity for a man who would be such a chump as that.” (Th. Dreiser)
3. And as to confiscation of war profits, he was entirely in favour of it, for he had none, and “serve the beggars right!” (J. Gals¬worthy)