spite (Meaning)

Wordnet

spite (n)

feeling a need to see others suffer

malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty

Wordnet

spite (v)

hurt the feelings of

spite Sentence Examples

  1. Driven by spite, he intentionally inflicted pain on his former friend.
  2. Despite warnings, the spiteful neighbor continued to play loud music late at night.
  3. In a fit of spite, she spread malicious rumors about her rival.
  4. Spiteful comments fueled the conflict between the two departments.
  5. Out of spite, she refused to help her struggling colleague.
  6. Motivated by spite, the bully targeted the most vulnerable student in class.
  7. The spiteful landlord refused to fix the broken appliances in his tenant's apartment.
  8. Despite his wealth, the spiteful millionaire refused to donate to charity.
  9. Driven by spite, the jealous employee sabotaged his coworker's projects.
  10. The spiteful ex-boyfriend harassed his former girlfriend with relentless text messages.

FAQs About the word spite

feeling a need to see others suffer, malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty, hurt the feelings of

cruelty,malice, hatred, venom, viciousness, hate, spitefulness, contempt, jealousy, hostility

friendliness, passion, hospitality,love, passion, love, hospitality, devotion, cordiality, cordiality

Driven by spite, he intentionally inflicted pain on his former friend.

Despite warnings, the spiteful neighbor continued to play loud music late at night.

In a fit of spite, she spread malicious rumors about her rival.

Spiteful comments fueled the conflict between the two departments.