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bad times

noun as in recession

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I worked with Chris for years and saw the good and bad times, business-wise.

I thought about all of the bad times I could erase from my past, the chubby times and the bad perms.

He resigned and wrote a book about his tenure there, Good Times, Bad Times (1984).

In a prescient op-ed in 2004, Jason Zengerle argued that evolving comic portrayals augured bad times for the president.

But when bad times come along, those good intentions go out the window.

Again bad times came and expenditure had to be further reduced to three hundred dollars a month.

The year 1819 is memorable as a culminating period of bad times and political discontent in England.

And when you have got the philosopher's stone, be sure you will no longer complain of bad times or the difficulty of paying taxes.

There had been a time when Mr. Jones kept a carriage, but that had been before the bad times had begun.

I cant just see why he lets good folks have any bad times, said Maybee.

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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.

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