We have no meanings for "worked badly" in our records yet.
But he worked badly; or, rather, he did not work at all.
Sometimes he stopped to revile the body because it worked badly and slowly.
The preliminaries and precautions I had adopted previously, all worked badly.
Don't you think we have not worked badly since that time?
But the sentiments were not there; and it worked badly.
Many men are sick-allare dispirited; and they worked badly.
Every day was now passed in collecting corn, but the soldiers as usual worked badly.
It was a beautiful idea, but it worked badly.
The division of authority seems to have worked badly.
No, Mr. Herrick, the marriage had worked badly.
The former champion jockey switched to the Paul Nicholls horse after Rince Rí worked badly over the weekend.
In any case, the plan itself has worked badly, both for the community and for many of the voters.
Areas where regulation was a little bit more strict has not worked badly for these countries...
This worked badly; for it was only by such badges of office that we were able to tell which was Bob.
The new system worked badly for some years, owing to the incompetency of the persons appointed as superintendent; but in 1860 a change was made.
"Nicolas is out of favor with Monsieur Roussel: he has worked badly in the lumber-yard," says La Mère Robillard.
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