Th’ women are as bad as th’ men, in their savageness, this time.
It had been bad enough -- not as bad as Matthew's stories -- and he never wanted to go back. "
And then he added with rather gallowsbird humour considering his alleged end:—As bad as old Antonio,For he left me on my ownio.
I think by Saturday night you will find that all play and no work is as bad as all work and no play."
In her secret soul, however, she decided that politics were as bad as mathematics, and that the mission of politicians seemed to be calling each other names, but she kept these feminine ideas to herself, and when John paused, shook her head and said with what she thought diplomatic ambiguity, "Well, I really don't see what we are coming to."
Behold through you as bad as the rest, Through the laughter, dancing, dining, supping, of people, Inside of dresses and ornaments, inside of those wash'd and trimm'd faces, Behold a secret silent loathing and despair.
The worst and hardest to control were the dark humors.
Theold proverb says, “Three removes are as bad as a fire,” but when a manis in the fire, it matters but little how soon or how often he removes.
“You are as bad as your brother, Mary; but we will cure you both.
It can’t be as bad as the medical camp food.”
At least we weren’t as bad off as Van Doren.
Let us not be ungrateful to it, although it must certainly be confessed that the worst, the most tiresome, and the most dangerous of errors hitherto has been a dogmatist error--namely, Plato's invention of Pure Spirit and the Good in Itself.
I hated the crupper; to have my long tail doubled up and poked through that strap was almost as bad as the bit.
'As bad as any marred child: you'd better be riding home, or else she will be sick, only to grieve us.'
you let that youth alone, and go back to where you came from, or anywhere else if you like; my squire is as clean as any other person, and those troughs are as bad as narrow thin-necked jars to him; take my advice and leave him alone, for neither he nor I understand joking."
Why, you’re as bad as dear little Father Cantekissem, that you are!
And indeed the worst of my faults was a certain impatient gaiety of disposition, such as has made the happiness of many, but such as I found it hard to reconcile with my imperious desire to carry my head high, and wear a more than commonly grave countenance before the public.
Maybe the Innsmouth folks like ‘em to look at themselves - Gawd knows they’ve gotten to be about as bad as South Sea cannibals and Guinea savages.
No man who bad anything to lose would now take a place in the senate of the large towns, which bad once been the goal of the ambitious, for the senators were required to make up all deficiencies in the revenue, and such deficiencies were now frequent and considerable . . .
I am often called an idiot, and at one time I certainly was so ill that I was nearly as bad as an idiot; but I am not an idiot now.