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despiteful

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despiteful如何读

英[dɪˈspaɪtfəl]美[dɪˈspaɪtfl]

despiteful是什么意思

  • adj. 有恶意的;故意为难的

despiteful词根

词根:despite

n.

despite 轻视;憎恨;侮辱

prep.

despite 尽管,不管

despiteful英英释义

  • adj.showing malicious ill will and a desire to hurt; motivated by spite

despiteful儿童词典英英释义

despoilverb

to strip of belongings, possessions, or value : plunder, pillage

despoilverb

to strip of belongings, possessions, or value : plunder, pillage

despitefuladjective

expressing hate or the wish to harm

despiteful同义词

  • adj. 有恶意的;故意为难的
  • malignant, malevolent

despiteful词源英文解释

The first known use of despiteful was in the 15th century

despiteful 例句

1.Driven by despiteful wrong she takes her seat, In lowly grief, at Jove's eternal feet.

2.But when Theseus heard the story, he straightened himself up, so that he seemed taller than ever before; and as for his face it was indignant, despiteful, bold, tender, and compassionate, all in one look.

3.But when Theseus heard the story, he straightened himself up, so that he seemed taller than ever before; and as for his face, it was indignant, despiteful, bold, tender, and compassionate, all in one look.

4."Heard you ever, my lords, a more despiteful and treasonable letter?"

5.Very despiteful are they against us, and purpose to work us bitter mischief.

6.Prime youth lasts not, age will follow And make white those tresses yellow; Wrinkled face, for looks delightful, Shall acquaint the dame despiteful.

7.As goddesses your swelling wrath on men, Nor make the friendly earth despiteful to them.

8.A despiteful fiend; a truly spiteful child; a vindictive man will look for occasions for resentment.

怀恨在心的魔王;一个真的有恶意的小孩;怀恨在心的人会寻找报复怨恨的机会。

9.Alas!" cried the king, "that you should ask me so despiteful a boon.

10.And they be full wicked Saracens and cruel, and more despiteful than in any other place, and have destroyed all the churches. 

11.It was a habit of mind—the only revenge that I could take upon despiteful Fate.

12.Backbiters, haters of God, despiteful, proud, boasters, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents.

又是谗毁的,背后说人的,怨恨神的(或作被神所憎恶的),侮慢人的,狂傲的,自夸的,捏造恶事的,违背父母的。

13.He then set up his counter-challenge, and in one hour afterwards Johnson arrogantly accepted it, “in a most despiteful and disgraceful manner.”

14.despiteful treatment of his poor relations during their visit

15.For slight is of three kinds, as stated in Rhet. ii, 2, viz. "contempt," "despiteful treatment," i.e. hindering one from doing one's will, and "insolence": and all motives of anger are reduced to these three.

16.The servant, despiteful most like for that he had never availed to drink of the wine, took a great flagon, which when Cisti saw, 'My son,' said he, 'Messer Geri sent thee not to me.'

17.It is in the very nature of poetical justice that it satisfies the emotions, and I was not displeased to see affairs take this sudden turn, to view the hard and despiteful heart thus humbled.

18.Were His enemies never so many, and never so despiteful against Him, yet He sall rule in the midst of them.

19.Further, as a Castilian gentleman, do you agree with the author’s most despiteful entreatment of that sweet sex for whose sake all romances were written?

20.If Hor or Horus was the sun at his height, he too had suffered despiteful usage from his enemies.

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