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Synonyms for worst

to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

Synonyms for worst

the least favorable outcome

the greatest damage or wickedness of which one is capable

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the weakest effort or poorest achievement one is capable of

defeat thoroughly

(superlative of 'bad') most wanting in quality or value or condition


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And those where confidence in the government's liabilities has cracked, forcing the government into austerity, are doing worst.
HENRYK ZIENTEK Susan Adams Role: Company director Age: 35 Family: Married to Morris with Cain, seven, and Rene 3 Holidays: Anywhere hot and stress-free Car: Vauxhall Zafira Best thing about job: Satisfaction from achieving something I was quite fearful about doing Worst thing about job: Thinking about work all the time!
The money for buying allowances will go into a central pot and those cutting their emissions the most will get their original payment back plus a bonus, while those doing worst will be penalised by getting less back than they paid in.
Departments now have minimum targets to meet, which means that, for the first time, they will be judged on the areas where they are doing worst, and not just on averages.
Doing worst of all are Greece, Italy and Belgium.Guidelines.The Commission's Employment Guidelines for 2000 contain a 4-pillar structure based on: employability, entrepreneurship, adaptability and equal opportunity.
As the Daily Post has reported, the controversial plan hits Wales harder than any other nation - with North Wales doing worst of all.