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bad time

noun as in agony

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Example Sentences

And you can do it while having a good time, or you can do it while having a bad time.

He had been through a very bad time himself, but he always took the time to check on me.

Then again, is there really ever a bad time for slow-cooked barbecue, hot jazz and cool blues music?

The first few months of any given year are generally considered to be a bad time for film.

“You were a bright light in a bad time,” an elderly woman who lost her husband tells him.

The Cristobal Colon would have a bad time if the two ships came to close quarters.

Secrets have a bad time of it in our day, and the authorship of the article is no longer a secret.

Miss Malliver was near enough to be able to report, and the poor girl had a bad time of it in consequence.

We have had "a bad time" in point of health, and it is only quite lately that we have both been feeling a little better.

Phineas, as he went home, made up his mind that Mrs. Turnbull and the little Turnbulls must probably have a bad time of it.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bad time, such as: going-over, grief, grilling, hard time, third degree, and torture.

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