ill-natured


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having an irritable and unpleasant disposition

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As no scandalous, ill-natured rumour had reached her, it was impossible for her to understand much of this strange letter.
And undoubtedly it would have been a very large one, if only a twentieth part of the gentlemen without grooms had had occasion to alight; but they had not; and it is often an ill-natured circumstance like this, which spoils the most ingenious estimate in the world.
She was not, in the main, an ill-natured old woman, but an incessant and most indiscreet talker; she kept chiefly in and about the kitchen, and seemed rather to avoid her son's august presence; of him, indeed, she evidently stood in awe.
He said that every Internet user should have the necessary knowledge to protect himself in the virtual environment from violation of ethical norms and any other ill-natured aspects of the global network.
He stressed that Venezuela is a small, but a strong, and a peace-loving nation, indicating that Venezuela is confronting an ill-natured media and economic war and extensive political hostility being launched by the Imperialist forces in West and other countries and also by some press circles that do not care with the verification of facts and the honest media tackling of events.
Each day during this month, Muslims all over the world abstain from eating, drinking, smoking, as well as participating in anything that is ill-natured or excessive; from dawn until the sun sets.
A skillful, talented trainer could tame and train the wildest- the most ill-natured horse.
The Rio Ferdinand affair, an ill-natured Twitter spat when his QPR signing was questioned, opens up a can of worms though.
Each day during this month, Muslims all over the world abstain from eating, drinking as well as participating in anything that is ill-natured or excessive; from dawn until the sun sets.
The leader's "unifying and enlightening remarks once again shed light on the region's main problem and the source of sedition and evil, that is the ill-natured presence of the Zionist regime [of Israel]," said the statement.
I like its star, James Nesbitt, and his character, a sarky ill-natured git with a soft underbelly.
2) Ramadan, which takes place during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is a period of religious observance during which Muslims refrain from excess or ill-natured eating or drinking from dawn until sunset.
There is a not-so-fine line between good-natured ball busting and being an ill-natured know-it-all.
Each day during this month -- from dawn until sunset -- Muslims all over the world abstain from eating, drinking and doing anything that is ill-natured.
Although international observers validated the results of the March 7 election as largely free and fair, the outcome has been subjected to a series of ill-natured legal challenges.