bad idea

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It ain't a bad idea, hidin' on a Rubberneck, though.
The church is always trying to get other people to reform; it might not be a bad idea to reform itself a little, by way of example.
"Come, come," said La Ramee, "that's not a bad idea."
'"It's not a bad idea though," said the baron, feeling the edge of the weapon; "a man killing himself because he has too much money."
"That's not a bad idea," said Monsieur Thuran, and then, turning to the third sailor, Wilson, he said: "Pass one of those tins aft, my good man."
Charley saw, and said it wasn't a bad idea. We watched our chance, and the next low-water slack, after Big Alec had removed the fish from the line and returned ashore, we went out in the salmon boat.
"Well, well," said Andrea, "that isn't a bad idea."
It wasn't a bad idea. And it seemed to promise well for the future -- didn't it, Lecount?
it seemed no bad idea; but upon second thoughts I dismissed it.
Jarndyce asked him what he thought of the Army, Richard said he had thought of that, too, and it wasn't a bad idea. When Mr.
"Not a bad idea!" said Athos, emptying and refilling his glass.
Well all I have to say about it is bad design, bad material and a very bad idea! S T Vaughan, Yardley Wood