Definition of ill will in English:

ill will

Syllabification: ill will

noun

Animosity or bitterness: he didn’t bear his estranged wife any ill will
More example sentences
  • Had you or any of the organisers of the event been out in the High Street on Saturday you would have been left in no doubt as to the amount of ill will and animosity your actions caused.
  • It frees us from bitterness and ill will and opens us up to sharing the love we all know we crave.
  • But she looked at him, and there was no malice or ill will present in his eyes - only goodness.
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