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How to use bummer in a sentence
“It’s a bummer because I’m missing out on Rihanna’s makeup that she sells exclusively to Sephora, but I refuse.”
Yet if a band on a board is a bummer, a Tide on offense is a thriller, more than capable of rocketing 79 yards in seven plays with a first possession, 97 yards in five watery plays with a second and 84 yards in six plays with a third.Alabama advances to the national title game with an artful offensive performance | Chuck Culpepper, Des Bieler | January 2, 2021 | Washington Post
Rey Mashayekhi, reporterSure, not being able to safely go to the gym is a bummer, but group yoga—particularly the hot, indoor kind—has been for some of us an even more profound loss.
The sudden stoppage of hardware sales was a real bummer for anyone who was already invested in the system and maybe wanted to monitor one more door or window in the future, or someone who was worried about a sensor breaking.Google says it’s “committed” to Nest Secure but won’t ship any new features | Ron Amadeo | October 29, 2020 | Ars Technica
Keeping things like phones and iPads charged when camping is a hassle—and can be a bummer to police.
bummer, man: after seven “joint-years,” the airflow increase goes into reverse.Is Pot Good for Lungs? New Marijuana Study Adds to Health-Effects Debate | Anneli Rufus | January 14, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The genuine bummer is more of a beggar than a thief, though he will steal if he has an opportunity.Lights and Shadows of New York Life | James D. McCabe
One hates to refuse food to any human being who claims to have need of it, and the bummer knows this.Lights and Shadows of New York Life | James D. McCabe
Her stock joke of self-pity was the fact that she had married a Sherman bummer who had helped to burn her native city.The Fall of a Nation | Thomas Dixon
From the two words we get the full meaning of the term bummer.The Boys of '61 | Charles Carleton Coffin.
bummer, literally one who sits or idles about; a loafer; one who sponges upon his acquaintances.The Slang Dictionary | John Camden Hotten
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