bad

All Adjective Noun
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  • They nearly always failed and ended up worse-off than when they started.
  • He is said to have had a bad relationship with his father.
  • Those of us who were close knew it was worse than they thought.
  • It's kind of like saying something is bad when you really mean good.
  • I never want to believe anything bad about our country.
  • And that man can have nothing but what he does (of good and bad).
  • Many problems with bad worst-case performance have good average-case performance.
  • Many problems with bad worst-case performance have good average-case performance.
  • It is the story of a woman whose life takes a turn for the worse.
  • We would be worse off if we did not do so.
  • Not bad for the first stop on his world tour.
  • It was known for ill treatment of prisoners and bad conditions throughout the years.
  • In some cases, the vision will get better or worse during the day.
  • The end result is widely considered to be one of the worst video games ever.
  • All bad blood finally ceased within the rest of the group.
  • This is a novel that won't go bad on you.
  • His last lines were worst - just the same as the first!
  • I don't even know if it would be good or bad for him to get in.
  • For the upper half of the results the performance was even worse.
  • Either a society will become better or worse in the future.
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Meaning of bad

  • noun That which is below standard or expectations as of ethics or decency
    take the bad with the good
  • adjective Having undesirable or negative qualities
    a bad report card, his sloppy appearance made a bad impression, a bad little boy, clothes in bad shape, a bad cut, bad luck, the news was very bad, the reviews were bad, the pay is bad, it was a bad light for reading, the movie was a bad choice