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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spite.


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  • CindyLynn 9:22 pm: For instance, I created a race a little wind spites for one of my stories.

    Transcript: Non-Human Characters « Coyote Con

  • For the elves have long memories, and hold grudges and spites for a very long time.

    Fantastic Settings

  • The criminal psychiatrist who keens with the victims and absorbs the mantle of the murderers, cloaks himself in their hatreds and spites, their pathologies, mimics them, imagines himself them, even if he is incapable of forming attachments to women he desires.

    A Life And Death in CCTV

  • Let the angry spites of clumsy electrical practice spark flash and fire in the homes of your neighbours!

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • If this OBVIOUSLY shallow example of pandering works on all these Hillary spites a "spite" is a person who cuts off their own nose hoping it will inconvenience others , then I hope they gag on it.....

    Pick a Woman. Any Woman.

  • In spites of the circumstances, U has took lemmings and made lemming aid!

    “your a mean one… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Really, for someone who spites anything associated with this mag, why are you still here, flapping your gums?

    In Memoriam: Stan Winston |

  • Her time with Tariq's family always felt natural to Laila, effortless, uncomplicated by differences in tribe or language, or by the personal spites and grudges that infected the air at her own home.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • And a crack quatyouare of stenoggers they made of themselves, solons and psy — chomorers, all told, with their hurts and daimons, spites and clops, not even to the seclusion of their beast by them that was the odd trick of the pack, trump and no friend of carrots.

    Finnegans Wake

  • In a manner it had dehumanized the world, robbed it of its spites, its little intense jealousies, its inconsistencies, its humor.

    In the Days of the Comet


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