Having a disagreeable, irritable, or malevolent disposition.(adjective)
Spiteful; nasty: an ill-natured retort. (adjective)
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Use "ill-natured" in a sentence
"You may think me ill-natured, but if you consider how hard it is to swallow an injury done by a person for whom I have such tenderness, you may begin to understand my distress."
"The brethren of the aggiornamentist - brotherly-love persuasion have once again shown themselves to be thoroughly ill-natured and petty."
"Bailey has made this ill-natured drama look as if it has a heart."