go bad[ bad ]SEE DEFINITION OF go bad
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The Erentz motors would overheat; some might go bad from the strain.
The year has turned, though I hope that doesn't mean it will go bad.
They must convert it into money, since it would otherwise just go bad.
Then, to our grief and consternation, they began suddenly to go bad.
No matter what happens it's impossible that all of them should go bad at once.
Also, if he put off asking for his wish too long it might go bad.
He war a-tryin' to get your name out'n my heart, that's what he war tryin', fer he knowed I'd go bad right quick ef he could.
It is also very liable to change—every one is acquainted with its tendency to "go bad."
But if any thing should go bad afterwards, I should never forgive myself, for not taking this opportunity.
And what if her engine should go bad up there—or a tire blow out!