(Interjection). God speed!
Uncharitableness, venom, gall, rancour, rankling, bitterness, acerbity, harshness, mordacity, acridity, virulence, acharnement, misanthropy 911.
Cruelty, hardness of heart, cruelness, brutality, brutishness, hooliganism, savageness, ferocity, barbarity, bloodthirstiness, immanity, pitilessness, truculence, devilry (or deviltry), devilment.
An ill turn, a bad turn; affront 900.
(Phrases). A heart of stone; the evil eye; the cloven hoof.
To worry, harass, bait, oppress, grind, haze, persecute, hunt down, dragoon.
(Phrases). To wreak one's malice on; to bear or harbour malice against; to dip or imbrue one's hands in blood.
(Adjectives). Malevolent, malicious, ill - disposed, evil-minded, ill-intentioned, maleficent, malign, malignant.
Ill-natured, disobliging, in-officious, unfriendly, unsympathetic, unkind, uncandid, unaccommodating, uncharitable, ungracious, unamiable, unfriendly.
Surly, churlish 895, grim, spiteful, despiteful, ill - conditioned, foul-mouthed, acrid, mordacious, vitriolic, venomous.
Cold, cold - blooded, cold - hearted, hard-hearted, iron-hearted, flint-hearted, marble-hearted, stony- hearted.
Pitiless, unpitying, uncompassionate, without bowels, ruthless, merciless, unmerciful, inexorable, relentless, unrelenting, virulent, dispiteous.
Cruel, brutal, savage, ferocious, untamed, ferine, inhuman, barbarous, fell, Hunnish, bloody, blood-stained, bloodthirsty, bloody-minded, sanguinary, truculent 919, butcherly.
Fiendish, fiendlike, infernal, demoniacal, diabolical devilish, hellish.
(Phrases). Betraying the cloven foot; having no bowels.
(Adverbs). Malevolently, etc., with bad intent or intention, despitefully.
Cursing, scolding, railing, Billingsgate, bad language, unparliamentary language.
(Verbs). To censure, curse, imprecate, beshrew, scold, swear at, rail at or against, execrate.
To denounce, proscribe, excommunicate, fulminate against, anathematise.
(Phrases). To devote to destruction; to invoke or call down curses on one's head; to swear like a trooper; to rap out an oath; curse with bell, book, and candle.
(Adjectives). Cursing, etc., accursed, cursed, etc.
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