Thesaurus / ill-natured

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Proof against every breath of scandal herself, Janet King never uttered and never encouraged one ill-natured word against another.

The Parisians, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

Nor is it a comedy of character, bristling with smart sayings—everybody saying clever, ill-natured things about everybody else.

Miser Farebrother, Volume I (of 3)Benjamin Leopold Farjeon

They said they "couldn't abide the cross, ill-natured old thing."

Aunt Phillis's CabinMary H. Eastman

They were not ill-natured; they were even cheerful and good-tempered.

Was It Right to Forgive?Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr

The sun was up, and so were the men, the latter hungry and ill-natured.

“You are an ill-natured thing,” exclaimed Norman, petulantly.

Norman ValleryW.H.G. Kingston

As no scandalous, ill-natured rumour had reached her, it was impossible for her to understand much of this strange letter.

Mansfield ParkJane Austen

I said to myself when you told me that you would come, that I would not utter one ill-natured word.

Phineas ReduxAnthony Trollope

It would have been ill-natured not to go, and, moreover, we should have missed a very pretty sight.

Up the CountryEmily Eden

If The Quarterly was carping and ill-natured, Blackwood was basely insulting.

Life of John KeatsWilliam Michael Rossetti

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