ill-natured[ il-ney-cherd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-natured
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-NATURED
They would not trust my aunt without this ill-natured witness.
Notwithstanding her action in this matter, Lisa was not an ill-natured or callous woman.
She was surprised that anybody should be so ill-natured as he was.
She had understood well the ill-natured sarcasm of Miss Altifiorla.
This is an ill-natured statement to send all over the Baltic.
Ill-natured people say that the girl's aunt threw her at Penreath's head.
When the Popes have nephews, people say all manner of ill-natured things.
But what ground is there for the idle, ill-natured gossip that has got on the wind?
They behaved like ill-natured animated things, and did us all the harm they could.
You may be sure that what I shall say to him will not be ill-natured.