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In spite of their differences with Cardona, both large teachers unions in Connecticut are supporting his nomination.

So what surprised me was there was still an enormous volume of users coming through, in spite of all this competition that was out there.

Disregarding that promise, her father’s wife sells her out of spite.

These stories have a remarkable richness — not in spite of the pandemic, but because of it.

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In spite of all the hours spent talking, there are some things you don’t tell Fatima about.

Like I said, in spite of or because of my circumstances, I was able to accomplish my dreams.

Much of the drama that transpires towards the end of the story is due to the pure love itself, not in spite of it.

In spite of that, Stewart had never appeared on the Report until last night, when he joined to discuss his new film, Rosewater.

But Boehner and the Republicans refused, completely out of cowardice and to spite Obama.

Finally, if they go to war abroad again, it will allow them to grow defense spending in spite of budget caps.

"I verily believe they're gone to look at my button," cried Davy, beginning to laugh, in spite of his fears.

She looked up at him with sad and eloquent eyes, which softened his heart in spite of himself.

In spite of this, the garden studio was not wholly forsaken, and nearly every day she accomplished something there.

Hence their presence elsewhere, in spite of their passionate attachment to their free native hills.

Mindful of the military nature of the occasion he appeared in his old army overcoat, in spite of the heat.

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On this page you'll find 132 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spite, such as: acrimony, animosity, antipathy, contempt, despite, and enmity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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