spitefully


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spite·ful

 (spīt′fəl)
adj.
Filled with, prompted by, or showing spite; malicious.

spite′ful·ly adv.
spite′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.spitefully - in a maliciously spiteful manner; "pray for them that despitefully use us"
2.spitefully - with spite; in a spiteful manner; "he answered his accusers spitefully"
Translations
بِضَغينَه، بِحِقْد
zlomyslně
meî illgirni

spitefully

[ˈspaɪtfəlɪ] ADV (= out of resentment) → por despecho
she said spitefullydijo, con malicia

spitefully

[ˈspaɪtfʊli] adv [say, reply] → avec méchanceté

spitefully

advboshaft, gemein; (= gloatingly)gehässig; spitefully she told him …voll Bosheit erzählte sie ihm …; (= gloatingly)voll Schadenfreude erzählte sie ihm …

spitefully

[ˈspaɪtfəlɪ] adv (see adj) → dispettosamente, malignamente

spite

(spait) noun
ill-will or desire to hurt or offend. She neglected to give him the message out of spite.
verb
to annoy, offend or frustrate, because of spite. He only did that to spite me!
ˈspiteful adjective
a spiteful remark/person; You're being very spiteful.
ˈspitefully adverb
ˈspitefulness noun
in spite of
1. taking no notice of. He went in spite of his father's orders.
2. although something has or had happened, is or was a fact etc. In spite of all the rain that had fallen, the ground was still pretty dry.
References in classic literature ?
to be avenged on her Brother, and spitefully accused him of having, as a boy, made use of that which belonged only to girls.
For forty years together it will remember its injury down to the smallest, most ignominious details, and every time will add, of itself, details still more ignominious, spitefully teasing and tormenting itself with its own imagination.
When she wanted to be agitated, Nicholas and his health would be the pretext, and when she felt a need to speak spitefully, the pretext would be Countess Mary.
Well, I should like to know who's going to make your road," he said spitefully.
The new girl answered promptly and spitefully, "No, she isn't.
Your taste," he remarked a little spitefully, "would be considered a trifle strange.
I wish I could collect all the Facts we hear so much about,' said Tom, spitefully setting his teeth, 'and all the Figures, and all the people who found them out: and I wish I could put a thousand barrels of gunpowder under them, and blow them all up together
I b-believe you LIKE writing in the Recording Angel," said Miss Carpenter spitefully.
No sooner thought than done, and he crumpled the cuffs spitefully as he flung them upon an unusually dirty floor.
said Mr Brass, putting his pen in his mouth, and grinning spitefully at his sister.
Three of them left the door open, and the other two pulled it so spitefully in going out that the little bell played the very deuce with Hepzibah's nerves.
I got the dishcloth, and rather spitefully scrubbed Edgar's nose and mouth, affirming it served him right for meddling.