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Synonyms for bummer

a great disappointment or regrettable fact

one who begs habitually or for a living

Words related to bummer

an experience that is irritating or frustrating or disappointing

a bad reaction to a hallucinogenic drug

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Hardcover, 6"x9", with painterly color illustrations, BUMMER is easily shared by parents, grandparents, caregivers, librarians, and teachers eager to encourage children to see what is beautiful or special about themselves.
I see it affecting young girls who come to our shows, and that's a bummer.
A boom that won't work on your MLRS is a real bummer.
Each poem is only a page or two long, succinctly defining a given term for lay readers as well as its implications for someone looking to make Moolah and avoid a Bummer.
He was a man about town, his mangy dogs Bummer and Lazarus at his side.
In the beginning, I'm sure that many merchants were still feeling a little ominous, for business in recent years hasn't been good, as we all know, and Black Friday has been a bummer.
What a bummer, as some of my Gen X friends like to say.
Depressed prices and white spot disease have combined to make the shrimp operations a bummer for the company, which is based in North Haledon, New Jersey, USA, but has branches all over the world.
The bummer is that "larger" PLCs were usually deeper, taller, wider, more expensive, and not exactly compatible with what you had.
For the still-humanistic Benjamin, the presumed loss of humanity is a bummer.
Sometimes winter can be kind of a bummer When you've felt the fun and joy of the summer.
a purebred Columbian ram, two geese, a bummer purebred Suffolk ewe lamb, ten Araucana laying hens and a rooster, two broody Araucana hens with eggs, five silky Banties, and four peafowl.
NEW YORK -- Sweltering subways, weekend traffic jams, and bulked-up beach bulliesOsometimes summer can seem more like a bummer than its easy-living reputation implies.