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negative
used in Betrayed: A House of Night Novel

5 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
had a negative effect
Definition
bad or harmful
  • No. I wouldn't think about negative things tonight.
    Chapter 20 (14% in)

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exact meaning not specified
  • What I want to end tonight is the old negative reputation of the Dark Daughters and Sons.
    Chapter 21 (86% in)
  • There the text went off on a tangent about how Bram Stoker had actually been Imprinted by a vamp High Priestess, but that he had not understood her commitment to Nyx had to come before their tie, and in a fit of jealous anger had betrayed her by exaggerating the negative aspects of an Imprint in his infamous book, Dracula.
    Chapter 18 (37% in)
  • I tried to clear my mind of all the confusion and negatives that were swirling in it.
    Chapter 21 (7% in)
  • For centuries eucalyptus has been used by the American Indians for healing, protection, and purification, just as they used white sage to drive out negative spirits, energies, and influences.
    Chapter 21 (81% in)

There are no more uses of "negative" in Betrayed: A House of Night Novel.

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