ill feeling

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ill feeling

Feelings of anger, displeasure, or unhappiness. There will probably always be an ill feeling between us—I mean, she did steal a lot of money from our company!
See also: feeling, ill

bad/ill ˈfeeling(s)

anger between people, especially after an argument or a disagreement: There was a lot of bad feeling between the two groups of students.
See also: bad, feeling, ill
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Mademoiselle offered Edna some chocolates in a paper bag, which she took from her pocket, by way of showing that she bore no ill feeling.
On the eve of a day when God alone knows who of us is fated to survive, I am glad of this opportunity to tell you that I regret the misunderstandings that occurred between us and should wish you not to have any ill feeling for me.
No use of such questions as that but to produce ill feeling.
I felt I ought to do it, for life is uncertain and I don't want any ill feeling over my tomb.
With God's help, I believe that I have completely rid myself of any ill feeling toward the Southern white man for any wrong that he may have inflicted upon my race.
Osborne himself--to make that old man repent of his cruelty and ill feeling towards him who was gone.
Nothing could be gained from a quarrel except deeper ill feeling.
We always let each other alone in time to prevent ill feeling from spoiling a joke.
Ako naman kasi, although everyone knows naman what happened to us, never akong nagkaroon ng sama ng loob sa kanya (Although everyone knows what happened to us, I've never had ill feelings toward him).
We have seen each other since so there are no ill feelings at all.
The reuniting duo will hold a dinner for their families to address the remaining ill feelings and get the blessings of the family members.
Hax suggests that apartment communities that offer and promote an adult swim--as long as it isn't scheduled during prime kiddie swim times--could help to build stronger relationships among residents by reversing any ill feelings that residents who don't have children have about their neighbors who do.
This approach failed to answer a crucial question: Why do Algerian teenagers harbor such ill feelings towards Egypt in the first place?
And to harbour any ill feelings toward anyone because of it would not only cheapen me as an individual, but it would put a remarkable blemish upon the excellent work and the struggle of these people who laboured so hard on my behalf.
Negative emotions do not increase a person's risk of getting sick; however, they do help crank up ill feelings.