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Examples

  • Eeeee, this has been a bad day but tomorrow will be worse.

    Noble House

  • His father’d had a bad day at work, had come home early and been instantly enraged because his mother hadn’t had his dinner on the table.

    The Maverick

  • It is a bad day for a race, too, when it becomes over-civilised.

    Janey Canuck in the West

  • In nonbipolar children, a bad day at school, a fight with a friend, or being the “loser” at Candyland might trigger a bad mood.

    The Ups and Downs of Raising a Bipolar Child

  • While we were milling around, Burns told me that Rice, calling from Israel, said we were having a bad day meaning, of course, Rice had had a bad day, with her trip to Lebanon canceled, and that we should try to settle on some kind of PRST without further delay.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • In it, Samuel Hayes, Sr. father of the current owner, publisher, and editor, basically opined as to how it was a bad day at Black Rock.

    I. O. U.

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