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(I've) seen worse.

a noncommittal and not totally negative judgment about something or someone. Alice: How did you like the movie? John: I've seen worse. Bill: What do you think about this weather? Gladys: Seen worse.
See also: seen, worse

negative

n. any drawback or bad thing about someone or something. There are too many negatives associated with your plan.
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Shying away from negativeness and the Ferrari pit-crew member's error that led to Massa's early release, di Montzemolo instead issued a rallying cry to his troops, saying: "We have extraordinary mechanics who may make mistakes once in a while.
r and the current image of Sudan were not suffering enough domestic and external problems and negativeness, international TV stations transmitted pictures of demonstrators in Khartoum, armed with clubs and swords, seeking to execute by themselves the British teacher Gillian Gibbons.
I spend a lot of my time out of the country attempting to put a positive to our country and rectifying the damage done by the projectors of negativeness we seem to have in abundance.
All that is needed is the recognition that the magnitude of the negativeness of Clausius's inequality is monotonically related to the intensity of the irreversibility, and that the irreversibility may manifest itself at any point around the cycle.
The five pairs resonate in the hope brought by the power to change negativeness into positiveness," says Yuasa.
But there's a lot of negativeness around CRM, which is frustrating, because if you ask [executives] what they're trying to do with their customer base, it's all really about being customer-centric.
It's not about positiveness, it's not about negativeness, it's just about gratitude.