Synonym: bitterness, gall, rancour, resentment. Similar words: incorporate, ranch, branch, entrance, franchise, tolerance, insurance, in accordance with. Meaning: ['ræŋkə(r)] n. a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will.
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1 A good man terminates a friendship with out rancor.
2 I have no rancor against him.
3 The subject of this rancor is the'uptick'rule.
4 I have no rancor against them.
5 Their rancor dated from a political dogfight between them.
6 He have no rancor at heart against you.
7 Your resentment, rancor,[www.Sentencedict.com] jealousy and the defeat of the heart will eventually disappear.
8 Look at his eyes! He has so much rancor for the boss.
9 The turnabout is a bid to ease the rancor of the past week that flared after Karzai, seeking to rally national support, accused the West of meddling in his nation.
10 Increased real income provides us with an admirable detour around the rancor anciently associated with efforts to redistribute wealth.
11 This truth is revealed in a style totally lacking in rancor or hyperbole, both of which would often be warranted.
12 We must join in a common effort, without remorse or recrimination, without anger or rancor.
13 Jabba was incensed , and threw the poacher and his quartet of Yuzzum into the rancor pit.
14 But we can move these discussions forward in a spirit of partnership rather than rancor.
15 In fact, he sympathized with one of the prisoners for killing the rancor beast.
16 In trade, especially, China is likely to be increasingly on the defensive next year, with its stable exchange rate policy arousing rancor and, potentially, retaliatory tariffs.
17 Make every day as wonderful as you can and enjoy this time rancor.
18 Give us the ballot and we will quietly and nonviolently, without rancor or bitterness, implement the Supreme Court's decision of May 17, 1954.
19 If he led the blacks fought against, it will only lead and deeper racial rancor.
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