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synonyms for rancorously

  • bitterly
  • hardly
  • keenly
  • reluctantly
  • slowly
  • sorely

antonyms for rancorously

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  • easily
  • enthusiastically
  • tolerantly
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How to use rancorously in a sentence

The clergy fear him, the Court detests him, and the Roman aristocracy are rancorously hostile.
THE ETERNAL CITYHALL CAINE
For his part he rancorously hated hydropathics, having once spent a black week under the roof of one in his wife's company.
HUNTINGTOWERJOHN BUCHAN
The whole community is rancorously divided into parties on almost every subject.
A NATURALIST'S VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLDCHARLES DARWIN
"You'd better send him back there, then," Captain Dove retorted rancorously.
THE WHITE BLACKBIRDHUDSON DOUGLAS
By the opposite party he was rancorously hated; and their malignant calumnies still sully the stream of history.
CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND, VOLUME 3 OF 3HENRY HALLAM
Saxe is fettered to her hand and foot, and the Duchesse de Bouillon hates her as rancorously as she does Adrienne.
CECIL CASTLEMAINE'S GAGE, LADY MARABOUT'S TROUBLES, AND OTHER STORIESOUIDA
In this respect no kindred movement is so decidedly infidel, so rancorously and avowedly anti-biblical.
A SHORT HISTORY OF WOMEN'S RIGHTSEUGENE A. HECKER
"Ef he war roasted 'twould be mighty peaceful round in Lonesome," the old crone exclaimed, rancorously.
'WAY DOWN IN LONESOME COVECHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK (AKA MARY NOAILLES MURFREE)
There Colden stood, with a rancorously jubilant smile, to receive him.
THE CONTINENTAL DRAGOONROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS
He was, besides, deeply and rancorously prejudiced against that nation.
ORMOND, VOLUME I (OF 3)CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
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WORDS RELATED TO RANCOROUSLY

  • bitterly
  • hardly
  • keenly
  • rancorously
  • reluctantly
  • slowly
  • sorely
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.