OTHER WORDS FOR ill will
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Origin of ill will
OTHER WORDS FROM ill willill-willed [il-wild], /ˈɪlˈwɪld/, adjective
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How to use ill will in a sentence
The contempt only goes one way, but these are divisive times and I have no ill will.Thiel Crony Publicly Disses Best Man in Spat Over Vaccines|Noah Kirsch|November 5, 2021|The Daily Beast
Speaking to Vogue, Mottley described the decision as “accepting responsibility for who we are,” rather than any ill will toward the royal family.What Happens When Politicians Get Creative|Zuzia Whelan|September 28, 2021|Ozy
One of the most common examples of this ill will is a flood-damaged vehicle listed for sale as a clean used car by the most unscrupulous of individuals.Don’t get hosed by hidden water damage when buying a used car|Tony Markovich/The Drive|September 7, 2021|Popular-Science
Taghi previously made a public statement asserting that he bore de Vries no ill will, and the reporter had refused offers of security from the Dutch government.Two Suspects Identified in Shooting of Dutch Crime Journalist Peter R. de Vries|Blake Montgomery|July 8, 2021|The Daily Beast
When Laila publicly descends into madness after her child is stillborn, the Melancons acquire a baby of their own under hazy circumstances, adding to the ill will.Morgan Jerkins Memorializes a Swiftly-Changing Harlem in Her New Novel Caul Baby|Cady Lang|April 2, 2021|Time
The Marshals were inclined to attribute their disgrace to the ill-will of Berthier and not to the temper of Napoleon.Napoleon's Marshals|R. P. Dunn-Pattison
This statement does not cover suffering caused to the wrong-doer by natural acts of mine which do not proceed from ill-will.
It may not, therefore, hurt the person of any wrong-doer, or bear any ill-will to him and so cause him mental suffering.
Their avoidance of each other arose, perhaps, from a sort of instinct which was certainly no matter of ill-will.The Double Four|E. Phillips Oppenheim
However, I will make use of his council, and take some course to prevent having the single ill-will of the office.Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete|Samuel Pepys