Gwen enquired after another short pause, with ill-affected languor, of the beautiful model.
There is no king here so hateful to me as you are, for you are ever quarrelsome and ill-affected.
The vessel that has arrived here has brought down some of the ill-affected Portuguese.
If he lingered they might suppose him lukewarm, if he paused they might think him ill-affected.
“The gods grant that he is not so ill-affected by the sight of you, whoever he may be,” I laughed.
This, perhaps, ill-affected and factious men may spread amongst the people, when the prince only makes use of his due prerogative.
As it proved, both the officers and men of the navy were as ill-affected to James as were those of the army.
"I have been quite an absentee, sister Mary," said he, with ill-affected pleasantness.
Princes who were ill-affected towards him, he kept in subjection, more by menaces and remonstrances, than by force of arms.
For assuredly if rumours of your words should reach the King when he was ill-affected, it should go hardly with me.'