There are ships which bear a bad name
, but I have yet to meet one whose crew for the time being failed to stand up angrily for her against every criticism.
Maggie's red mother, stretched on the floor, blasphemed and gave her daughter a bad name
German philosophers, thanks to Schopenhauer, have earned rather a bad name
for their views on women.
"The Bekwando people have a bad name
- very bad name
In this case, if the reputation of the room happened to be called in question again, the answer would vindicate it, on the evidence of a member of the very family which had first given Number Fourteen a bad name
. After a little reflection, the manager decided on trying the experiment, and directed that '13 A' should be reserved accordingly.
'The chances are very small, young lady - next to nothing - for a man who gets a bad name
It would have been impossible to carry a bad name
with a greater sweetness of innocence, and by the time I had got back to Bly with him I remained merely bewildered--so far, that is, as I was not outraged-- by the sense of the horrible letter locked up in my room, in a drawer.
He was young, and had a bad name
for shying and starting, by which he had lost a good place.
"Charmed," Wingrave answered; "it isn't a bad name
Bonacieux called a long time; but as such cries, on account of their frequency, brought nobody in the Rue des Fossoyeurs, and as lately the mercer's house had a bad name
, finding that nobody came, he went out continuing to call, his voice being heard fainter and fainter as he went in the direction of the Rue du Bac.
I could not avoid thinking that I had fallen in with a greatly traduced people, and I moralized not a little upon the disadvantage of having a bad name
, which in this instance had given a tribe of savages, who were as pacific as so many lambkins, the reputation of a confederacy of giant-killers.
'It's a certain fact,' said Mr Inspector, 'that this man we have received our information from,' indicating Riderhood with his thumb over his shoulder, 'has for some time past given the other man a bad name
arising out of your lime barges, and that the other man has been avoided in consequence.