Ill-natured Sentence Examples | Use Ill-natured in a sentence

1.bitter, sharp, Ill-natured animosity, especially as it is exhibited in speech or behavior. dogs with a dark mask the expression appears more stern, but never Ill-natured .

3.the rich man was Ill-natured, and when he heard his brother's request he looked very surly.

4.when i see a beautiful, sweet-tempered girl married to an Ill-natured brute of a husband, what a pity, say i, that she should pay so much for a whistle.

5.he has not an Ill-natured look. of customers. he's a very Ill-natured customer. Ill-natured disagreeable old man. no attention to Ill-natured remarks about you. an Ill-natured and snappish manner.

10.his appearance had at first elicited some laughing, though not Ill-natured, remarks from the merry shirley.

11.there were no mutual concessions; one stood erect, and the others yielded: and who can be Ill-natured and bad-tempered when they encounter neither opposition nor indifference?

12.his marriage was now fast approaching, and she was at length so far resigned as to think it inevitable, and even repeatedly to say in an Ill-natured tone that she "wished they might be happy."

13.i don't know that i shall ever be Ill-natured with old people i hope not; there are certainly some old people i adore.

14.what makes you so short-tempered? in an Ill-natured and snappish manner. an Ill-natured and tetchy manner.