worst in a sentence

worst meaning:

adj.) Bad, evil, or pernicious, in the highest degree, whether in a physical or moral sense.

n.) That which is most bad or evil; the most severe, pernicious, calamitous, or wicked state or degree.

worst sentence:

This company has the worst customer service ever.

Sea sickness quickly became my worst fear.

Her worst subject in school is math.

Political prisoners often received the worst treatment.

Being alone is the worst human condition.

The worst flood in 100 years occurred.

The worst thing in this city is unemployment.

I am saving money to prepare for the worst.

The bombing killed 85 people and is the country’s worst terrorist attack.

The noise of traffic is one of the worst things about living downtown.

A driver who is impaired by drugs or alcohol is one of the worst driving hazards.

The worst nuclear disaster in United States history occurred at Three Mile Island in 1979.

It was exceptionally cold last summer, and the rice crop was the worst in years.

To my mind, the worst part of air travel is the hanging around in airport lounges.

Reviewers in a number of newspapers have included the film amongst the worst of the year.

Showing anger is one of the worst things you can do during business negotiations.

This was the worst terrorist attack on U.S. soil since Sept. 11, 2001.

We take a look at some of the worst natural disasters of the past year.

In water quality and air quality, Texas has the worst record of any big state.

The worst winter storms of the century lashed the east coast of North America.

Mondays are stereotypically depressing, so we tend to recall the worst Mondays.

The shipwreck of the tanker has caused one of the worst oil spills in recent years.

Indeed, it could be the worst environmental disaster in Western Europe this century.

Media support organisations and Western governments have helped stave off the worst.

Experts have described it as the worst case to date of pesticide contamination in Britain.