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- n. Alternative spelling of ill will.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See under ill, a.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Enmity; malevolence.
- n. Synonyms Animosity, Ill-will, Enmity, etc. See animosity.
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And if any ill-will continued after the primary, the Senate would have been the worst place to keep her.
March 22nd, 2010 at 4: 46 pm tombaker says: nasty, hateful, ignorant man. imposing that kind of toxic ill-will on others is the most heinous, idecent sin of all.
Sad for these families, and for children in real orphanages who need to be adopted, given that legitimate agencies that abide by all U.N. conventions will now face more delay and ill-will.
The ill-will comes as Japan confirms that three reactors at Fukushima did melt, and that radiation emissions have been far higher than originally believed.
He has taken the old fairy's ill-will and added scarlet to her cloak and picked up on her "staring eyes" and "parrot nose."
As a society, we need to look into all those organizations that are working to pitch ill-will and hatred between any two groups of Americans and possibly strip them of their status.
As a Jew myself i find the whole conflict absurd since i have no ill-will towards the muslims.
They're so practiced at misleading, creating confusion, creating ill-will, making you work and hiding out that most people just give up or get out of the way.
It can't be that much compared to the misery and ill-will it generates in his students.
I understand the ill-will of some British towards us as we bet them and bet them well when they were still in theirpomp.