Having received the same into his hand, he asked whether they were all in charity with him, and without any enmity or rancour
And Alexandrus answered, "Hector, your rebuke is just; listen therefore, and believe me when I tell you that I am not here so much through rancour
or ill-will towards the Trojans, as from a desire to indulge my grief.
Helen never apologized afterwards, Margaret did not feel the slightest rancour
The bile and rancour
of the worthy Miss Knag undergoing no diminution during the remainder of the week, but rather augmenting with every successive hour; and the honest ire of all the young ladies rising, or seeming to rise, in exact proportion to the good spinster's indignation, and both waxing very hot every time Miss Nickleby was called upstairs; it will be readily imagined that that young lady's daily life was none of the most cheerful or enviable kind.
She admired Dobbin; she bore him no rancour
for the part he had taken against her.