Those dingy, fire-warmed, used-up, green-tinted, ill-natured
souls--how COULD their envy endure my happiness!
He was, I believe, not in the least an ill-natured
man: very much the opposite, I should say; but he would not suffer fools gladly.
Is he ill-natured
? He's exquisite--so it can be only THAT; and that would open up the whole thing.
"But at least, Mamma, you cannot deny the absurdity of the accusation, though you may not think it intentionally ill-natured
. Colonel Brandon is certainly younger than Mrs.
My servant is an old country-woman, ill-natured
from stupidity, and, moreover, there is always a nasty smell about her.
"A most scandalous, ill-natured
rumour has just reached me, and I write, dear Fanny, to warn you against giving the least credit to it, should it spread into the country.
On which account they apply to the nose, as to the part whence blood may most easily be drawn; but this seems a far-fetched as well as ill-natured
It, too, came finally to rest on the last topic, that is, ill-natured
Bennet's sour looks and ill-natured
remarks might have been enough to drive happiness away.
She was also so spiteful that she gladly devoted all her time to carrying out all the mean or ill-natured
tricks of the whole body of fairies.
My readiness to acquiesce was considered weakness though if I unsheathed my talons, like a man conscious that he may some day wield the thunderbolts of power, I was thought ill-natured
; to others, the delightful laughter that ceases with youth, and in which in later years we are almost ashamed to indulge, seemed absurd, and they amused themselves at my expense.
Momentarily they expected to be pounced upon and torn asunder by some of their captors; and, in fact, it was all that Tarzan and Mugambi and Akut could do to keep the snarling, ill-natured
brutes from snapping at the glistening, naked bodies that brushed against them now and then with the movements of the paddlers, whose very fear added incitement to the beasts.