rancor

[ rang-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF rancor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RANCOR

It is not the sermon I mind, but all the dislike and jealousy and rancor it will cause.

But the mere name of Constance had acted as a spur to her rancor.

It dulled the edge of rancor brutally, as a rock dulls a razor.

There was no rancor or bitterness in the expression of these men.

Let us be friends as we once were, and have no more of this rancor.

All cherished some rancor against him, some for his malice, others for his ugliness.

This conviction, however, did not lessen the rancor and bitterness of her feelings.

In his new mood, that fact was enough to overcome all rancor against the lad.

And you will think of her still with neither wrath nor rancor?

"I do not see why there should be any rancor between us," I answered.

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