One touch of ill-nature marks—or several touches of ill-nature mark the whole world kin.
There is a villain, but he is a villain of straw, and outside of him there is no ill-nature.
If I were annoyed with anybody I should be annoyed with myself for having given such a handle to the world's ill-nature.
There is no evidence of ill-nature in any case,—not a shadow of envy or jealousy.
It were a pity that a man of ill-nature should have much authority, for he'll be sure to abuse it.
Granger pretended not to notice his ill-nature, but told him what he had arranged.
ill-nature was written on her face, but in this her face was a false face.
Nothing strikes me so much in all this as the ill-nature of the world at large.
He detected none of the "ill-nature" which Warton saw lurking in the phrase "that some of the observations were uncommon."
"No; ill-nature has nothing to do with it," said Mrs. Brereton.