1 Praised men for work in bad weather.
2 In the latter case we should have been in a bad plight.
3 It is too bad that men cannot be trusted unless they are watched.
4 Mr. Hawkins says it would not be a bad thing if we were to be married out there.
5 It is old, and has many memories, and there are bad dreams for those who sleep unwisely.
6 She was still unconscious, and was quite as bad as, if not worse than, we had ever seen her.
7 The effect on Lucy was not bad, for the faint seemed to merge subtly into the narcotic sleep.
8 I told them that one life was bad enough to lose, and that if they delayed they would sacrifice Miss Lucy.
9 There was a smile on her face, and it was evident that no bad dreams had come to disturb her peace of mind.
10 At the end of it is a buoy with a bell, which swings in bad weather, and sends in a mournful sound on the wind.
11 Things have been as bad as they can be; and whatever may happen must have in it some element of hope or comfort.
12 He seemed not to notice, but remarked that the smuts in London were not quite so bad as they used to be when he was a student here.
13 Were fortune other, then it were bad for those who have trusted, for I come to my friend when he call me to aid those he holds dear.
14 When he saw me, he came over and apologised for his bad conduct, and asked me in a very humble, cringing way to be led back to his own room and to have his note-book again.
15 Indeed, she was so sound asleep that for a few seconds she did not recognize me, but looked at me with a sort of blank terror, as one looks who has been waked out of a bad dream.
16 Things are quite bad enough for us, all men of the world, and who have been in many tight places in our time; but it is no place for a woman, and if she had remained in touch with the affair, it would in time infallibly have wrecked her.