verb (used with object), spit·ed, spit·ing.
Words nearby spite
Idioms for spite
Origin of spite
OTHER WORDS FROM spitespite·less, adjectiveun·spit·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for spites
I think there are quarrels and spites enough in the world, without brothers joining in with all the rest.The Galaxy, June 1877|Various
What envyings, spites, meannesses and miserable pettinesses arise from this greed of money!The Treasure of Heaven|Marie Corelli
She knew what spites were; but the god Pan and Apollo with his harp were unknown forms.The Girl From Tim's Place|Charles Clark Munn
He spites him by damaging his plants all he can in a sly and ingenious way.The Browning Cyclopdia|Edward Berdoe
Human meanness is never so pitiful as when it tries to seize on God's judgments as weapons with which to gratify its own spites.The End Of The World|Edward Eggleston
British Dictionary definitions for spites
Word Origin for spite
Idioms and Phrases with spites
see in spite of.