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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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Bummer, Evan Marshall, Jace Fry and Alex Colome finished it up.
Initially, BUMMER businesses made money through advertising and by selling people's data to third parties.
Bummer. Some products don't have pictures, so you can't see what you're getting.
The black-and-white polish of "Concrete Night" is as sleek and lovely as it was in "3 Rooms," but this mawkish bummer about an ill-used teenage boy wandering around a surreally forbidding Helsinki is marred by a facile nihilism that trivializes the urban alienation it seeks to illuminate.
That's quite a tribute to his musical brain but also to the teaching skills of "Bummer" Griffiths, our head teacher.
It's a bit of a bummer because I had some nice rides coming up."
JIM FURYK admits his US Open bid became "a bummer" after his latest nightmare.
Dad and I had been hunting deer out on Bummer's Flats when the pseudo-elk showed up.
Bummer times for regular writers all over the globe!
With about 220,000 sheep in Oregon, that can mean a lot of so-called "bummer" lambs.
It may be a real bummer but she still manages to turn the other cheek and put the bad things well and truly behind her.
Now Angel is suing for EUR50,000 on the grounds of hurt feelings, which you might think is what he had inflicted on his priest by telling him his sermon was a bummer.
BUMMER. CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF ANOTHER CIVIL WAR ....
The biggest bummer about having tics is that you can't make them stop no matter how hard you try, and believe me I have tried!