Thesaurus / despitefulFEEDBACK
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Driven by despiteful wrong she takes her seat, In lowly grief, at Jove's eternal feet.
MOSAICS OF GRECIAN HISTORYMARCIUS WILLSON
But, as I told him, his despiteful mood Is ornament well suits the breast that wears it.
THE VISION OF HELL, COMPLETEDANTE ALIGHIERI
He saw in her but the despiteful, revengeful handmaid; he forgot that she was an injured wife—a neglected mother.
NOTABLE WOMEN OF OLDEN TIMEANONYMOUS
It is true, the triumph of your evil star is exceedingly despiteful.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ROBERT BURNS: CONTAINING HIS POEMS, SONGS, AND CORRESPONDENCE.ROBERT BURNS AND ALLAN CUNNINGHAM
If Hor or Horus was the sun at his height, he too had suffered despiteful usage from his enemies.
MYTH, RITUAL AND RELIGION, VOL. 2 (OF 2)ANDREW LANG
Were His enemies never so many, and never so despiteful against Him, yet He sall rule in the midst of them.
O false death, how injurious and despiteful hast thou been to me!
GARGANTUA AND PANTAGRUEL, COMPLETE.FRANCOIS RABELAIS
Heard ye ever, my Lords, a more despiteful and treasonable letter?
And they be full wicked Saracens and cruel, and more despiteful than in any other place, and have destroyed all the churches.
THE TRAVELS OF SIR JOHN MANDEVILLEJOHN MANDEVILLE
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