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
In winning the Blue Grass Stakes, Good Magic has qualified for bad karma. Keeneland’s showcase race has lately had about as much bearing on the Kentucky Derby as have lawn jockeys and horseflies.
The bad karma bracket Mid-American Conference Tournament champion Buffalo thrashed Arizona, 89-68.
Even as Thursday’s game turned the club’s 2017 karma on its head, there were some eerie similarities with last year’s season opener.
In a remarkable twist of karma, health care could defeat Republicans at the polls this November.
Still, a handful of teams that earned top-four seeds in their respective regions reside in the Danger Zone, with some fatal flaw, nightmare matchup or bad karma looming that could thwart their Sweet 16 hopes.
One way to build up good karma for that future downturn is to keep pushing leverage lower, and Rio is doing a good job there too: Its net debt fell by another $2 billion in the first half.
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.
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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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