Simple Definition of ill will
: an unfriendly feeling : a feeling of hatred or dislike
Full Definition of ill will
: unfriendly feeling
Examples of ill will
We bear no ill will toward each other.
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Rhymes with ill will
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ILL WILL Defined for Kids
Definition of ill will
: unfriendly feeling <He … had more mischief than ill will in his composition … — Washington Irving, Sleepy Hollow>
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