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Bad Definition of Bad by Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster Logo.
8: harmful bad for the health. 9: serious sense 2, severe a bad cold in bad trouble. 10: not correct bad spelling bad manners. 11: not cheerful or calm a bad mood. 12: not healthy bad teeth He felt bad from a cold.
Bad album Wikipedia.
100 Writing for Albumism, Chris Lacy considered Bad possibly being superior to Off the Wall and Thriller: Comparisons" with Off the Wall and Thriller are unimportant, except for this one: Bad is a pure pop masterpiece that stands parallel withand, at times, eclipsesits classic predecessors" Lacy also stated that Bad set a new" gold standard for pop music and entertainment.
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1965, Teddy Randazzo, Bobby Weinstein, Bobby Hart lyrics and music, Hurt So Bad, in Hurt So Bad, performed by The Lettermen.: Oh let me tell you that it / Hurts so bad / It makes me feel so sad / You make it hurt so bad / To see you again.
bad Origin and meaning of bad by Online Etymology Dictionary.
the news was very bad. it was a bad light for reading. the movie was a bad choice. his sloppy appearance made a bad impression. the reviews were bad. a bad little boy. clothes in bad shape. a bad cut.
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Post more words for bad to Facebook Share more words for bad on Twitter Time Traveler for bad. The first known use of bad was in the 13th century. See more words from the same century. From the Editors at Merriam-Webster.
BAD meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
to the bad. if you are a particular amount of money to the bad, you have lost or owe that amount.: The bank has a positive deficiency of 376900, with a possibility of its being over half a million to the bad.

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