The kid says, "That guide book is written by a bunch of lazy, good-for-nothing Indian beggars."
The good-for-nothing took out his wishing-stone, and immediately meat and drink appeared before them.
Go to your bedroom; and if you turn out a good-for-nothing and a scamp, it is no fault of mine.
See, with this sword did the good-for-nothing treacherously slay my father.
Will he not be called by them a prater, a star-gazer, a good-for-nothing?
Hes had no more than he deserves; no, nor half so much, the idle, good-for-nothing little rascal.
He was the son of a noble Venetian—a good-for-nothing in every sense of the word.
I have just received a letter from that good-for-nothing husband of hers, and the child is to leave school and come here.
You rascal, you good-for-nothing, you shameless rogue, to worry me like that!
"Nan, the good-for-nothing," was to be given by a number of amateurs.
: You good-for-nothing bastard, you (1711+)
A worthless person; scoundrel; bum (1751+)