You certainly did seem to have a bad time of it, Tubby, in the wash of the Channel!
His two aids, the Saint and the Fiend, had a bad time of it.
Between the idealists, and the political economists, Margaret had a bad time.
Between the two of them Miss Abbott was bound to have a bad time.
We shall have a bad time of it, we shall have nothing left at all.
It seems to me I have come at a bad time; it looks as if you loved this lady.
He had not been having a bad time himself on his trip around the world!
I have been having a bad time lately, and have no heart to write to you.
But so much more painful and sad was the change as her bad time came on.
The mutineers thought that a bad time for their project, and it was abandoned.