Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who wishes another ill; an enemy.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "In the last place any ill-willer would ever look for a British colonel sahib," says he, chortling.

    Fiancée

  • "In the last place any ill-willer would ever look for a British colonel sahib," says he, chortling.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • "In the last place any ill-willer would ever look for a British colonel sahib," says he, chortling.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • ` ` And enough, too, I should think, '' replied I. ` ` I dinna ken that, '' said he; ` ` but I ken, that turn every ill-willer that I had amang them out upon the green before the

    Rob Roy

  • “And enough, too, I should think,” replied I. “I dinna ken that,” said he; “but I ken, that turn every ill-willer that I had amang them out upon the green before the

    Rob Roy

  • "And enough, too, I should think," replied I. "I dinna ken that," said he; "but I ken, that turn every ill-willer that

    Rob Roy — Complete

  • "And enough, too, I should think," replied I. "I dinna ken that," said he; "but I ken, that turn every ill-willer that

    Rob Roy — Volume 02

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