de|spite´ful|ly

de|spite´ful|ly
de|spite|ful «dih SPYT fuhl», adjective.
de|spite´ful|ly, adverb.
de|spite´ful|ness, noun.

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  • spite´ful|ness — spite|ful «SPYT fuhl», adjective. full of spite; eager to annoy; behaving with ill will and malice: »a spiteful remark. The spiteful little girl tore up her older sister s papers. SYNONYM(S): malicious, malevolent. –spite´ful|ly, adverb.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • spite´ful|ly — spite|ful «SPYT fuhl», adjective. full of spite; eager to annoy; behaving with ill will and malice: »a spiteful remark. The spiteful little girl tore up her older sister s papers. SYNONYM(S): malicious, malevolent. –spite´ful|ly, adverb.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • spite|ful — «SPYT fuhl», adjective. full of spite; eager to annoy; behaving with ill will and malice: »a spiteful remark. The spiteful little girl tore up her older sister s papers. SYNONYM(S): malicious, malevolent. –spite´ful|ly, adverb. –spite´ful|ness,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|spite|ful — «dih SPYT fuhl», adjective. spiteful; malicious. –de|spite´ful|ly, adverb. –de|spite´ful|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|spite´ful|ness — de|spite|ful «dih SPYT fuhl», adjective. spiteful; malicious. –de|spite´ful|ly, adverb. –de|spite´ful|ness, noun …   Useful english dictionary

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  • spite — de·spite·ful; de·spite·ful·ly; de·spite·ful·ness; spite; spite·ful; spite·less; wood·spite; de·spite; spite·ful·ly; spite·ful·ness; …   English syllables

  • ful — aw·ful; beau·ti·ful; doubt·ful; dread·ful; faith·ful; ful·crum; ful·fill·ment; ful·go·rid; ful·mi·nate; gust·ful; hope·ful; mer·ci·ful; mer·ci·ful·ly; need·ful; pow·er·ful; stom·ach·ful; won·der·ful; af·fright·ful·ly; bale·ful·ly; bale·ful·ness;… …   English syllables

  • fate´ful|ness — fate|ful «FAYT fuhl», adjective. 1. controlled by fate: »The fateful course of the ship toward the rocks was not changed in spite of the crew s frantic efforts. 2. determining what is to happen; important; decisive: »a fateful decision. Yorktown… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fate´ful|ly — fate|ful «FAYT fuhl», adjective. 1. controlled by fate: »The fateful course of the ship toward the rocks was not changed in spite of the crew s frantic efforts. 2. determining what is to happen; important; decisive: »a fateful decision. Yorktown… …   Useful english dictionary

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