Examples of karma in a Sentence
She believes that helping people produces good karma.
as the site of a string of failed businesses, the building definitely had bad karma
Recent Examples of karma from the Web
Some subreddits require posters to have a minimum karma score.
In the strange calculus and karma of Silicon Valley, if Medium comes anywhere close to Twitter’s success, Greylock’s investment in Digg still might pay off.
Of course, karma catches up with Rigoletto in the end.
As karma would have it, at that very moment, in one of the other bathroom stalls, was none other than Paula Abdul.
For someone who has two beautiful kids and an amazing husband, she should be worried about karma.
MD Anderson Cancer Center is demanding its name and logo be removed from promotional materials for an international cancer conference that will feature a prominent Indian yogi who has blamed cancer in part on karma for past sins.
There is no need to worry because the Pats have Belichick and Brady and the good karma.
Suffice to say, the party comes with a lot of positive karma.
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Origin and Etymology of karma
First Known Use: 1827See Words from the same year
KARMA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of karma for English Language Learners
: the force created by a person's actions that is believed in Hinduism and Buddhism to determine what that person's next life will be like
: the force created by a person's actions that some people believe causes good or bad things to happen to that person
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