Her father laughed in his good-natured way to see how spited she was by this social ostracism.
The lawyer is the only man he hinders, by whom he is spited for taking up quarrels.
He would have given half his lands to have spited Guy Darrell.
And it is here as in the court, where the nearest are most spited, and all blows aimed at the toucher.
Of course he did it to spite Daffydowndilly, but I'm not a bit 'spited.'
She was spited with it, as so many others are, because it won't do for us what we must do for ourselves.
Of course he spited the poor young chap, and how could the fact be denied when the poor ghost had come back to ask for his blood?
But Tiny lived, and spited them, and waxed fat and bunchy, while Bunch astonished them all by waning lean and tiny.
I wisht I could make the neighbors all see the jestice in his taking over the land and not feel so spited at him.
The which spited Antonius in his mind, although he made no outward show of it, and therefore he believed the Egyptian the better.
c.1300, shortened form of despit "malice" (see despite). Corresponding to Middle Dutch spijt, Middle Low German spyt, Middle Swedish spit. Commonly spelled spight c.1575-1700. The verb is attested from c.1400. Phrase in spite of is recorded from c.1400.