Surprised and embarrassed, Ormond answered, "I trust I have not his ill-will, sir."
You are solicitous of the good-will of the meanest person, uneasy at his ill-will.
Was it, do you suppose, because they detected some ill-will in me towards you that they made the allegation?
You never let us off easily, but I assure you for all that we bear you no ill-will.
As for the Countess—I fear that I have incurred her ill-will.
Connecticut had behaved herself well and had incurred no ill-will.
Jealousy had kept him off—among other things the ill-will of the sitting member.
There was no ill-will on his part, and he continued to dine amicably with King.
Not that I bore her any ill-will for the misery she had caused me.
I had no ill-will to any one, but I was interested in war as a science, as a game.