No one has the right to say that to you. Usually when someone calls another person names it's because they are usually the ones that are mentally deficient and a loser! Don't take this from ANYONE! We all make mistakes and we all have to learn from them including the person calling you names. Tell him/her to take a hike!AnswerNo someone should not do something bad to you and justity it by blaming it on you that's victimizing you a second time. What ever this person did let someone who can help you know so it doesnt happen again. Im sorry that someone did something bad to you, people can be cruel and those people need help.
award - (to give someone something that he has deserved)accolade - an expression of praise
The desire to have for oneself, something possessed by another. It is a feeling of resentment that a person has received a benefit not necessarily deserved. Envy means to be jealous of someone or something.
He deserved it. Like if a guy did something bad, and then got punched in the face, then someone might say he "had it coming to him"
That person would be the victim.
Resentment is an emotion of anger. resentment can come from any situation. these are few examples: when you deserved to get a promotion and that promotion goes to someone else or when a friend promise to do something for you and did not .
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technically, yes if you are going to justify someone.**It is a transitive verb. This means that it requires an object in order to be correct.
Imagine that someone did something wrong and all they got was a little slap on the wrist - not a really bad punishment, right? This idiom means that someone didn't get the punishment they deserved, but just got a little bit of one.
Think about your question and you'll have the answer. It's because it's wrong. People shouldn't have any sort of right to mentally or physically harm someone, unless it's deserved and given by someone with authority.
An antinomian is someone who doesn't believe in the universality of morals. I.e someone who believes that morals change distinctly with the times. One could use it as a way to justify something like racism. Has to do with cultural relativism.
because someone is exclaming something to someone
It's an instinct because a small prey animal, such as a rabbit, runs from a predator, it's just something they know how to do. For example, when someone punches you, it's your instinct to whack them right back.
yes , because its describing something or someone.
Because someone haven't coloured it yet.
yes because it tells where someone or something is
defo, people will do anything for reasons to hate or start something, you shouldl jst stay out of it mx
you are depressed because something happened in your life or someone did something to you which makes you feel sad
I believe someone would become a firefighter because it's something there passionate about, and something they really are interested in doing.
He breaks something.. look on Youtube, someone posted that he broke his guitar because someone or something turned him down, idk.
Yes it is because an adjestive describes someone or something and someone could be described as lovable.
People are jealous because someone else is getting something or even someone that they cannot get.
When you say someone has received their "just desserts" you are saying they got what they deserved.
Usually because he was fighting someone or something.
because someone/something has flipped it.