adjective[attributive] • informal
- (Of a person) contemptible; worthless: a no-good layaboutMore example sentences
- Most Americans seem to have no problem with the fact that, in their view, a lot of nasty, no-good people are put to death each year.
- Translation: my mum's various no-good boyfriends made my childhood a misery, so this time, I'm doing the picking.
- ‘It is all because of that no-good thief,’ she whispered.
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- A worthless or contemptible person: he was a no-good who liked to cause troubleMore example sentences
- The election was stolen, according to her, which I guess proves that 59 million people are not only dumb, they are also a cheating bunch of no-goods who deserve what they're about to get in the next four years.
- It was the neighborhood for ‘dangerous’ people as others called it, mostly bikers and no-goods that drank and smoked heavily.
- You were the one who took out the rotten no-good that was holding a knife at Sam's throat.
More definitions of no-goodDefinition of no-good in:
- The US English dictionary