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Meanings of worked badly in English
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Usage of worked badly in English
But he workedbadly; or, rather, he did not work at all.
Sometimes he stopped to revile the body because it workedbadly and slowly.
A Dreamer's Tales
The preliminaries and precautions I had adopted previously, all workedbadly.
My Bondage and My Freedom
Don't you think we have not workedbadly since that time?
Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte — Volume 04
But the sentiments were not there; and it workedbadly.
Many men are sick-all are dispirited; and they workedbadly.
Every day was now passed in collecting corn, but the soldiers as usual workedbadly.
It was a beautiful idea, but it workedbadly.
They and I
The division of authority seems to have workedbadly.
The Life of the Venerable Mother Mary of the Incarnation
No, Mr. Herrick, the marriage had workedbadly.
Herb of Grace
The former champion jockey switched to the Paul Nicholls horse after Rince Rí workedbadly over the weekend.
The Irish Times
In any case, the plan itself has workedbadly, both for the community and for many of the voters.
Towards the Great Peace
Areas where regulation was a little bit more strict has not workedbadly for these countries...
This workedbadly; for it was only by such badges of office that we were able to tell which was Bob.
Virginia: the Old Dominion / As seen from its colonial waterway, the historic river James, whose every succeeding turn reveals country replete with monuments and scenes recalling the march of history and its figures from the days of Captain John Smith to the present time
The new system workedbadly for some years, owing to the incompetency of the persons appointed as superintendent; but in 1860 a change was made.
The Secrets of the Great City / A Work Descriptive of the Virtues and the Vices, the Mysteries, Miseries and Crimes of New York City
"Nicolas is out of favor with Monsieur Roussel: he has workedbadly in the lumber-yard," says La Mère Robillard.
Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 11, No. 26, May, 1873