feel bad

idiom

: feel regret over something
I feel bad about what happened.

Examples of feel bad in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Surely no one needs to feel bad for him but, three years in, Jassy’s job is perhaps more challenging than Bezos’ ever was. Glen Luke Flanagan, Fortune, 5 July 2024 Knowing Where Your Discomfort Stems From Caregivers who marry into new families shouldn't feel bad about having a reaction similar to Smith's. Hannah Nwoko, Parents, 27 June 2024 Nico has made Schmitt feel bad about himself too many times and hasn’t always been the support system Schmitt’s needed. Maggie Fremont, Vulture, 31 May 2024 Who can feel bad about that? WallStreetBets has been feeling the heat, too. Emily Stewart, Vox, 13 May 2024 Brittany thought that act of kindness might make Jax feel bad for treating her poorly recently. Dana Rose Falcone, Peoplemag, 5 June 2024 The most common explanation for why people feel bad about the economy — one that every person interviewed for this article brought up — is simple. Jeanna Smialek, New York Times, 30 May 2024 Josephs added that no one should see their weight loss on TV and feel bad about themselves. Vanessa Etienne, Peoplemag, 2 May 2024 Food isn’t intrinsically good or evil, so there is no need to feel bad about food choices. Cnn, The Mercury News, 19 Apr. 2024

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“Feel bad.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/feel%20bad. Accessed 18 Jul. 2024.

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