American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. March 17, observed in the United States and Ireland by some Christians in honor of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.
“And the best villains are the ones who have a genuine choice (meaning, to me as a reader it seems like a real choice) between doing a good thing or a bad thing, and actively choose to do the not-good thing. on 11 Feb 2010 at 1: 18 pm Tonii Kelly”
“You would think there would be a general consensus on which was your good stuff and which was your not-good stuff, but in fact it's the opposite -- the more likely a story is to be the favorite of some, the more likely it is that there will be others who roundly detest it.”
“Fortunately, they sweep other not-good singers into a montage until Darren Michaels.”
“Just make sure the not-good stuff is stuff you can live with.”
“Cultural things that are not good rapidly pass from our awareness, unless they are so not-good that they become known and honored for it.”
“Although the move falls in line with Google's philosophy to do good, Mozilla Firefox's director of community development took to his blog to allege that Google is involved in some very not-good action.”
“What seems to be going on is that people have defined science fiction as bad, and so if they are confronted with good science fiction — which they perceive as a contradiction in terms — then it must either be redefined as not-good or not-science-fiction.”
“And if you're concerned about publishing trivial, not-good stories, then pick, I dunno, good ones?”
“My not-good experiences with the health care system in this country have nothing to do with what anyone's position on ID might be.”
“And that's how we went from a not-good situation to a very bad situation.”
‘not-good’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for not-good.