What cause of censure have you, then, if I am no to say ill-will against my Anne?
A certain amount of envy and ill-will was the natural result.
The Marshals were inclined to attribute their disgrace to the ill-will of Berthier and not to the temper of Napoleon.
Such were the views of a liberal-minded philosopher who bore us no ill-will.
Lamh Laudher, you say that you'd rather there was no ill-will between us.
What a fall, what a fate, what a curse it is to be possessed of a devil of ill-will!
I lied when I said that I knew of no cause for ill-will between them.
Our hearts are full of ill-will at those we meet and shake hands with every day.
His flattery had not shielded the unhappy poet against the ill-will of the minister.
Every thing and nothing was made the groundwork of ill-will.