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Bummed Out

Bummed Out - to be disappointed; to be sad

  • I am bummed out, because our trip was canceled.
  • Why are you bummed out? What happened?
  • The girls are bummed out, because it is raining and they can not go to the beach.
  • I lost my job. I am bummed out.
  • My mother is bummed out, because we are not doing well in school.
  • Jimmy is bummed out, because I do not want to talk to him.

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