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feeling a need to see others suffer

malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty

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So, in spite of my one cross, I can say with Meg, `Thank God, I'm a happy woman.
But in spite of these unromantic facts, I have nothing to complain of, and never was so jolly in my life.
In spite of the eulogizing her by the Tom Dick and Harries of the paid anti army media.
In spite of swearing the most solemn Privy Council Oath of allegiance to the United Kingdom, Major made the Queen and all of us citizens of a foreign power, the European Union.
In spite of a successful career, I needed to understand that you don't have to do what doesn't fulfil you and whatever you want in life you need to believe in yourself enough to just do it.
They said the activists were able to reach the area in spite
I am sad and little upset because in spite of taking all the precautions, in spite of warning everybody at every stage (because) if at any stage of procurement foul play is found out even the last stage we will go to any extent cancellation and even blacklisting.
In spite of the current circumstances going on in Syria and the cold weather, the old city of Damascus is living normal life as its restaurants are witnessing turnout from people who come to enjoy the charming atmosphere of the city accompanied by their families and friends.
In Spite of it All presents a range of artistic responses to some of the most pressing issues we are faced with today.
It explained that in spite of the harsh operating market together with expensive fuel, transport and power costs, operating profit rose by 20 per cent because of savings programs implemented by the company.
It's the economics of the madhouse hung on the badge of the politics of spite.
Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs is vowing to "live on to spite those who want me dead" after being released from prison on compassionate grounds.
In spite of what the unions say, a good teacher is not taught to be one, it is in one's personality and dedication.
The Share price of Sallie Mae (NYSE: SLM), a student lender, has fallen in spite of the lender claiming that it had secured financing.
The award is given to a student who has experienced extreme hardships in his or her life and who has demonstrated an unusually high level of success in spite of that adversity.