Murphy's Law

Murphys Law,

Definition of Murphys Law:

  1. Cynical but popular viewpoint that If anything can go wrong, it will. Most likely at the worst possible time. There are several versions of this law.

  2. A supposed law of nature, expressed in various humorous popular sayings, to the effect that anything that can go wrong will go wrong.

How to use Murphys Law in a sentence?

  1. Alas Murphys Law even applied to Saturdays replay as the game, which had a 2 oclock throw-in, went to extra time after the sides were still deadlocked after a second hours football.

Meaning of Murphys Law & Murphys Law Definition

Murphy's Law,

Murphy's Law Meanings:

Murphy's Law can be defined as, Funny saying: Everything that can go wrong will go wrong.

Literal Meanings of Murphy's Law

Murphy:

Meanings of Murphy:
  1. Potatoes.

S:

Meanings of S:
  1. Seconds)

  2. Part (of an action)

  3. Shilling (E)

  4. Not married.

  5. Solid

  6. (No tradition) Baby (children)

  7. Success.

  8. Zero refers to electrons and orbits with angular velocity and perfect balance.

  9. Distance (in mathematical formulas).

  10. The 19th letter of the alphabet

  11. Form a capital S-like.

  12. (Especially in Catholic usage)

  13. Siemens

  14. Small (such as clothing size).

  15. South or south

  16. Swedenberg unit.

Law:

Meanings of Law:
  1. A set of rules recognized by a particular state or community as regulating the actions of its members and which can be enforced by imposing sanctions.

  2. Rules that describe the correct practice or behavior in sports.

  3. A realistic statement derived from the observation that whenever natural or scientific phenomena occur, certain conditions are met.

  4. All divine commandments are expressed in the Bible or other religious texts.

  5. Hilly, usually round or conical.

Sentences of Law
  1. He was taken to court for breaking the law

  2. Law of the game

  3. The Second Amendment Law

  4. Morally, Simon was probably a Covenant, an enemy of Old Testament law.

  5. Today I traveled to Northbrook Law

Synonyms of Law

knoll, standard, principle, elevation, rising ground, high ground, maxim, belief, convention, credo, pike, direction, rules and regulations, creed, formula, directive, mound, body of laws, charter, injunction