In ill part

unfavorably; with displeasure.
- Hooker.

See also: Part

References in classic literature ?
I cannot answer you without understanding you very well, and if I have understood you, you will take my first words in ill part.
For two years his faith was spurned, his zeal denied recognition, his charities taken in ill part, and he remained a prisoner to one of the cruelest tribes of the Nyambarra, the object of every species of maltreatment.
This was taken in ill part by a great many people, who persisted in believing that Flintwinch was lying somewhere among the London geological formation.