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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of spite.


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  • Not that I know anything of what is in their minds, but there has been something brewing all day since Cadwaladr so spited them as he did.

    His Disposition

  • And all these three you have abandoned to whatever fate your Otir may determine for his hostages, now that you have spited, cheated and imperilled him at the cost of your own honour.

    His Disposition

  • Barack people spited Clinton (and her supporters) this year (to the extent of figuratively spitting on them) but expect the support of her people this year.

    As Convention Begins, McCain Ad Features Hillary Supporter For McCain

  • What it appears is that in spited of the third degree burns, Mr. Pardo still had the intent to cause more -- more damage.

    CNN Transcript Dec 26, 2008

  • And again they have been spited and few of local armed groups started work in the name of Shorbahara, which have no link with the two main streams.

    Maoism in South Asia, Insurgency or Movement

  • If any have missaid thee or spited thee, tell me and I will go with thee to the Chief of Police, who shall do thee justice on him.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • They will feel the most spited for living life right and still getting it in the hind end.

    The Good, Bad, And Ugly About Bail Out Fest '08

  • In 60s of last century East Pakistan Communist party spited in to two parts one supported Moscow and another supported Peeking.

    Maoism in South Asia, Insurgency or Movement

  • The author has made an attempt in this character to draw a picture of what is too often seen, a wretched being whose heart becomes hardened and spited at the world, in which she is doomed to experience much misery and little sympathy.

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • It seems that our hero, considering himself spited by a Latin-grammar master, demanded the satisfaction due from one man of honour to another. —

    A Holiday Romance


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