ill feeling


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ill feeling

n.
A feeling of animosity or rancor.

ill feeling

n
hostile feeling; animosity
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Mademoiselle offered Edna some chocolates in a paper bag, which she took from her pocket, by way of showing that she bore no ill feeling.
I felt I ought to do it, for life is uncertain and I don't want any ill feeling over my tomb.
Nothing could be gained from a quarrel except deeper ill feeling.
City fans have had issues with UEFA in the past, but ill feeling increased considerably over a game in Russia in October last year.
No, I don't have any malice or any ill feeling to any of the staff.
However, the newcomer will harbour no ill feeling if Davis doesn't parachute him into this afternoon's clash at the Emirates Arena.
Mr Elson, aged 57, whose nephew has just returned from serving in Afghanistan, said: "There's a lot of ill feeling towards the Government over the loss of the regiment and concern for serving soldiers and the uncertainty over job losses.
But he insists that there is no ill feeling towards former colleagues Paul Merton and Ian Hislop, telling Daily Mail Weekend mag: "Ian and Paul didn't have the faintest idea (about the sacking).
Thou shalt leave all bad humour and ill feeling at the door of anyone you go to visit - or don't bother" - One of broadcaster Chris Evans' 10 commandments for Christmas.
MARK HILLS, Thornaby * * * * * * NOT content with being lucky enough to get a seat on the borough council, Labour councillors are stirring up ill feeling between themselves and a party that have done wonders in Thornaby - the Independents.
Rangers sources claim the ill feeling spilled over into a dressing-room brawl after the final whistle.
Here he criticised an "aggressive" anti-church sentiment that he said is flourishing in Spain which harks back to the 1930s when the church suffered a wave of violence and ill feeling as the country lurched from an unstable democracy to civil war.