no-good

[ adjective noh-goo d; noun noh-goo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF no-good

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NO-GOOD

I planned tuh have all these no-good nephews sign that paper.

So that's Buck Tarrant—a halfsized, poisonous, no-good kid who wanted to be a hardcase.

If we could only trace that call I'd break that no-good's neck!

“No-good friends of Antón and Celeste probably,” she returned.

You're worse than one of them slippin', dancin', three-legged, no-good Grants.

I should thus have some satisfaction for the harm this no-good Noman has done me.'

The woman I worked for was one of those sort of no-good women who ain't bad or who ain't good, who is just nothing.

"Heard him talkin' tuh that no-good, gambling smooth-talkin' hombre named Lonergan," said Gimlet.

Why, Bill, I knowed you hed a no-good outfit ridin' this range; but I wasn't wise thet you hed more 'n one criminal.

I wish Doctor Matthews would rise up in his might and ban her as a no-good motorist and nuisance.

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