despite-fully

despiteful

[dih-spahyt-fuhl]
adjective
1.
malicious; spiteful.
2.
Obsolete. contemptuous; insolent.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English. See despite, -ful

despitefully, adverb
despitefulness, noun
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despiteful or despiteous (dɪˈspaɪtfʊl, dɪˈspɪtɪəs)
 
adj
an archaic word for spiteful
 
despiteous or despiteous
 
adj
 
de'spitefully or despiteous
 
adv
 
de'spitefulness or despiteous
 
n

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