comeuppance


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something justly deserved

Synonyms for comeuppance

an outcome (good or bad) that is well deserved

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com/birminghammail Post: Birmingham Mail, Floor 6, Fort Dunlop, Fort Parkway, B24 9FF I can only hope that hopefully one day they will get their comeuppance and pay dearly for their cruelty S T Vaughan
His arrogance will cause further embarrassment and his comeuppance will eventually come around again.
The nefarious paedophile, who, lest we forget, got his comeuppance when he sent a PC full of child porn images into PC World in Bristol for repair, was paid pounds 100,000 in royalties after one of his songs was used in promos for the new HP Touch Smart monitor.
There is a certain satisfaction is watching someone get their comeuppance after being an intolerable hussy--but what about the intolerable hussy's feelings?
Government ministers in Caracas now find out about policy through the newspapers, and Chavez, buoyed by high oil, seems incapable of grasping the horrific comeuppance building under his own economic choices.
Brownback (pictured abve) apparently disapproves of Neff for overseeing a lesbian commitment ceremony four years ago, but now the senator is getting his comeuppance from the Church: "All churches, regardless of their theological convictions, should be concerned about the chilling effect of such an action on the ability of church members to freely practice their faith according to the dictates of their own conscience," said Rev.
November 7 gave President Bush a meal of comeuppance.
It was one of those weekends when seeing wasn't quite believing in the NFL, from Michael Vick's reprise of The Dirty Bird to Vince Young's redux of the Rose Bowl against the New York Trojans to the Raiders' comeuppance -- some 28 years later -- for the Holy Roller.
And Lucas finally gets his comeuppance when he's arrested.
I hope these morons (can't really call them people) get their comeuppance one day.
Once he's bound and gagged as a prisoner in an abandoned schoolhouse, Geum-ja decides to share his comeuppance with the bereaved (but greedy) parents of the kids he has murdered.
Now it appears that DeLay will get his comeuppance.
For me to go through until 2008 will allow me to attend Lambeth and take my comeuppance on all this stuff we've been going through, and then retire," he told staff.
Many assumed Carmen was a wayward, loose woman getting her comeuppance," the choreographer says.
Well, shouldn't Rodders face a similar comeuppance for the outrageous tsunami reference which saw him given his marching orders from Sky?