Similar words: francisco franco, rancor, rancorous, uncouth, encourage, encounter, encouraged, encouraging. Meaning: ['ræŋkə(r)] n. a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will.
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1. They divorced with remarkably little rancour.
2. She learned to accept criticism without rancour .
3. There was rancour in his voice.
4. "That's too bad," Teddy said without rancour.
5. A good man terminates a friendship with out rancour.
6. They cheated me, but I feel no rancour towards/against them.
7. In such an atmosphere of rancour and distrust it was hardly surprising that the magazine never developed a proper editorial identity.
8. He observed with simmering rancour as she began to tell Malengin about her life in the poisoner's house in Scaraby.
9. There is no visible sign of rancour at the curious lifestyle imposed on her; she appears placidly resigned to her fate.
10. Can we not conduct these negotiations without rancour?
11. And so much rancour remained on the spirits of the gracious Duncan upon this occasion.
12. This approach, he says without rancour, has put him at odds with conventional Joyce scholars: "No one hates a populariser more than an intellectual."
13. Despite rumours of rancour at distributions , Caritas distributions so far have been calm and respectful.
14. He spoke openly about the war without a trace of rancour.
15. You could hardly say they had been reconciled, but there seemed no rancour between them.
16. The film took a firm course through its vast subject, avoiding the rocks of donnish rancour.
17. When that happens they will tend to implement the decision without rancour or subversion.
18. As with all friendships that endure, the danger areas were established and agreed on, without rancour.
19. But the mental process allows us to filter our response to avoid undue rancour.
20. Gang leaders fled the scene, and all traces of rancour and suspicion vanished with them.
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21. He enjoyed his social life with leading intellectuals and noblemen, where there was much debate, all without rancour.
22. Often exasperating to colleagues, he was always courteous and never bore personal rancour.
23. This is ridiculously expensive, and the cause of much political rancour.
24. By the side of Victor Emmanuel every quarrel should be forgotten, all rancour depart.
25. When the silly season is out of the way, one hopes this most inevitable and even desirable of returns home can be conducted without unnecessary rancour.
26. Yet that business now looks in danger of unravelling in an atmosphere of rancour.
27. By the side of Victor Emmanuel every quarrel should be forgotten, all rancour departed.
28. For all its civilised aspect, Oxford is prone to rancour.
29. In trade, especially, China is likely to be increasingly on the defensive next year, with its stable exchange rate policy arousing rancour and, potentially, retaliatory tariffs.
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