Examples of killjoy in a Sentence
I don't want to sound like a killjoy, but shouldn't we study tonight?
his perpetually negative attitude made him a real killjoy when others were trying to have fun
Recent Examples of killjoy from the Web
But when the party gets raging — when economies accelerate and stock prices ascend to levels out of whack with fundamentals — central bankers play killjoy, lifting interest rates to snuff out attendant dangers.
The Browns’ Andrew Hawkins throws a flag at the NFL for being a killjoy* * * Right Combination of the Week Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan and his group of new receivers.
Our favorite killjoy Dana Stevens wonders whether the movie’s visually overwhelming look is at all matched by its plot.
Then there are the occasional killjoys like Luo Wentao, 31, who stopped on a recent day to watch Mr. Carpenter’s crew of mostly professional skateboarders from California who are sponsored by Toy Machine, a board brand.
My partner considers her a killjoy who psychoanalyzes him too much
Reuters reports that just as Republicans were celebrating this important step, the killjoy academics at the Fed had to open their mouths and ruin everyone’s good time.
Lately the literary novel has gotten stuck with a reputation as the killjoy roommate in the house of fiction.
Or, Ainge can sit tight and play killjoy yet again.
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KILLJOY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of killjoy for English Language Learners
: a person who spoils other people's fun or enjoyment
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