- n.恶意; 怨恨; 恶事
- vt.向…表示恶意; 欺负; 刁难; 泄愤
- 复数: spites;
- 第三人称单数: spites;
- 过去式: spited;
- 过去分词: spited;
- 现在分词: spiting;
By refusing to work they are cutting off their noses to spite their faces because the company will close down.
In spite of his injuries, the young man stuck it out.
He has modern ideas in spite of his great age.
We admire him for his continuance of work in spite of illness.
In spite of all your talk you never seem to come to the point.
He would go in spite of our warnings.
In spite of the bad things he's done I still believe in his essential goodness.
Chichester set off once more in spite of his friends'attempts to dissuade him.
In spite of the long trip, Jody arrived looking as if she had come out of a bandbox.
The ship held to its course in spite of the storm.
In spite of his anger, his remarks were restrained.
I think that man has a spite against us, he is always trying to disorganise our plans.
We must plough on somehow in spite of all the difficulties.
In spite of one or two minor mishaps everything was going swimmingly.
In spite of the unfavorable weather, the grain output of the farm kept up and even increased a little than last year.
In spite of my efforts the boy remained passive.
The plane came down safely in spite of the mist.
We weather along in spite of the storm.
They went on with their basketball match in spite of the rain.
I went out in spite of the rain.
In spite of opposition from the other parties, the changes in the law have been lobbied through.
The soldiers pushed their advance forward in spite of heavy enemy gunfire.
In spite of the mist the sailors could trace the outline of an island.
Filming went ahead in spite of the bad weather.
In spite of his disappointment, he managed a weak smile.
Since he came to live with me, we have been subject to a campaign of spite and revenge which makes Lady Sarah appear angelic by comparison.
In spite of his illness, he clung tenaciously to his job.
Mortlake strode on, ignoring the car, in spite of a further warning hoot.
I refused her a divorce, out of spite I suppose.
In spite of such temporary measures, soaring food prices and spreading hunger in many other countries are beginning to break down the social order.
In spite of the user-friendliness of Apple products, critics complained that they were
Some travel agents are thriving in spite of the economy.
In spite of all the problems, several of the players produced excellent performances.
2019年高考英语天津卷 单项填空 原文收起真题例句
1. feeling a need to see others suffer
2. malevolence by virtue of being malicious or spiteful or nasty
1. hurt the feelings of;
"She hurt me when she did not include me among her guests"
"This remark really bruised me ego"
in spite of oneself
although one did not want or expect to do so
Oliver smiled in spite of himself.
in spite of
Not stopped by; regardless of
They kept going in spite of their fears.