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No, you are going to ruin any chance you have and give us a bad name.

“To say the there's a split in the Republican Party is to give the banana split a bad name,” said Winter.

He invoked a New York to come like the New York that once was, before chaos and crime gave liberalism a bad name.

These administrators and officials actually are giving pimping a bad name.

The only action in town has been a public blame game that gives sandbox politics a bad name.

The fact was that Carrickfergus had such a bad name in England that everyone who possibly could avoided service there.

My poor village, it seems, has a bad name for thieves; and they have sent a party here to guard it.

It looked for a while as though the bank clerk was determined to have me arrested for calling him a bad name.

Head of the commission was the notorious Cranfield, who had made himself a bad name by his tyrannical government of New Hampshire.

That sort of thing is embarrassing, and it gives skrenning a bad name.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bad name, such as: bad odor, blemish, blot, discredit, dishonor, and disrepute.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.