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- n. Obsolete spelling of despite.
- prep. Obsolete spelling of despite.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- False spellings of despite, despiteful.
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I am constantly, not capriciously employed, and the exercise which benefits my health, imperceptibly raises my spirits in despight of adversity.
Major, though in her own despight, procured him the hand of Camilla; but she had left upon Edgar an impression renovating to all his esteem.
“Tasawwuf,” or Moslem Gnosticism, Pharaoh represents, like Prometheus and Job, the typical creature who upholds his own dignity and rights in presence and despight of the Creator.
My friends, despight this distance and this cruelty,
O Lord, my foes are fain to slay me in despight, viii.
Ho, those heedless of Time and his sore despight! vii.
When the King saw his sons slain and on his flying troops cast sight, there fell on him bewilderment and affright, whilst his heart also was a-fire for despight.
And work on me their will and treat thy sister with despight.
Black peolpe have been supporting the democratict ticket for years despight, in several instances, being taken for granted.
To be sure, Jack, she means to do great despight to his Satanic majesty in her hopes of reforming me.
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