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  • n. Alternative spelling of nogoodnik.


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  • Shawn and Kevin always say, “One no-goodnik is bad enough, but a gang of them is positively rotten!”

    The Ghostwriter Secret

  • It was a strange era of watching people who are probably very good people lose their souls to defend one no-goodnik.

    Bill A Liability For Hillary? Poll Finds His Fave Rating Twice That Of Bush

  • The extreme no-goodnik, Steve Cronin, also turns up again, working for the Chicago kingpin.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Gangdom's Doom - Maxwell Grant

  • I still don't know why I love these games so much but I'm nevertheless looking forward to once again clashing swords with that no-goodnik raccoon Tom Nook.

    E3 - What Looks Good

  • Drinks and drinking lubricate the banter in Neil Simon's 1961 comedy "Come Blow Your Horn" -- a play that two years later would get the full Hollywood treatment, with Frank Sinatra playing the no-goodnik playboy whose kid brother unexpectedly crashes his swinging bachelor pad.

    Maybe Mamie, Maybe Not

  • I spent most of that season believing that "Fabio" the Byron character was a bad, evil, no-goodnik, only to find out that he was a misunderstood utopian genius with silky hair after all.

    Alas, Babylon

  • Ever had a large number of people, most of whom you thought were your friends, rush to tell someone who is not and never will be your friend how much of a victim he is and how much of a dirty rotten no-goodnik you are?

    September 15th, 2003

  • I'm damned tired of others trying to paint me as a dirty rotten no-goodnik for driving an SUV.

    January 10th, 2003

  • How could one be _on the side of the angels_ when one sounded like a no-goodnik every time one moved one's lips?

    The Satanic Verses

  • "Puppets can get away with anything," he added, with that no-goodnik grin.

    NYT > Home Page


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