"tant pis, and tant mieux" said Clarence, and so they parted.
If the father or mother should then exclaim “tant pis pour eux!”
Well, "tant pis," as Guépratte would say with a shrug of his shoulders.
If the facts showed them irreconcilable, tant pis pour les faits.
If you outrun them, well and good; if not, tant pis pour vous.
"So much the worse both for you and your son;" tant pis pour vous et pour votre fils, said Rousseau.
That ancient wall destroying the value of a good building site—'tant pis!'
He knew equally that he should presently have to write a note of apology—and that it would not do an atom of good, tant pis.
"tant pis pour Sorrente," said the homme de lettres, carelessly.