Inglés palabraméchant"(villainously) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Tono Bungay" (H. G. Wells)Fiches du livre - "Jonah's Luck" (Fergus Hume)Fiches du livre - "L'Aiglon" (Edmond Rostand)Fiches du livre - "The Grey Man" (S. R. Crockett)Fiches du livre - "The Babe, B.A." (E. F. Benson)
Inglés palabraméchant"(unkindly) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Wet Magic" (E. Nesbit)Fiches du livre - "Three Plays" (Padraic Colum)Fiches du livre - "Inside Earth" (Poul Anderson)Fiches du livre - "Father Sergius" (Leo Tolstoy)Fiches du livre - "The Executioner" (Frank Riley)
The wicked witch cast a spell on the man and turned him into a bug.
Of course, in the end, the wicked witch gets killed.
Punish the wicked and save the weak.
Cinderella had two wicked stepsisters.
Animals act in a better manner than wicked humans.
He seems nice, but he's wicked at heart.
No nation was ever so virtuous as each believes itself, and none was ever so wicked as each believes the other.
She wore a wicked grin after her victory.
The penguins in the zoo were wicked!
if someone is really bad, they are wicked.
Some people look wicked but are super-nice.
The definition of wicked is someone or something who is cruel or acts in an evil way. An example of wicked is the way you would describe a witch.
You must never think of such a wicked thing again. You are wicked, going such a long way all alone!
Mark my words! No rest for the wicked!
Inglés palabraméchant"(wicked) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Odd" (Amy Le Feuvre)Fiches du livre - "Anarchism" (Paul Eltzbacher)Fiches du livre - "Two Yellow-Birds" (Anonymous)Fiches du livre - "The Boyhood of Jesus" (Anonymous)Fiches du livre - "Jessie's Parrot" (Joanna Mathews)
Inglés palabraméchant"(knavish) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Jack The Giant Killer" (Perciva...Fiches du livre - "The Great War in Verse and Pros...Fiches du livre - "Peter Schlemihl" (Adelbert von ...Fiches du livre - "Songs of the Mexican Seas" (Joa...Fiches du livre - "May Day with the Muses" (Robert...
Don't be unkind to your friends.
You told her that she looks funny in that hat. I was very unkind.
Some people were kind and others were unkind.
She was unkind to him.
Though he is rich, he is unkind.
I think him unkind.
... and negative(though never unkind!)
Why did you take the child’s toy away? It was unkind of you.
Why must he always be so unkind to his mother-in-law?
He won't help you, he's unkind.
She says some very unkind things sometimes.
She isn't friendly or good to other people. She is unkind.
The man was rude and made an unkind remark about the girl’s hair.
It's unkind to say that somebody else is n't good at sport
Her unkind words boomeranged.
Inglés palabraméchant"(unkind) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "Busy Brownies" (E. Veale)Fiches du livre - "The Hand" (Gerald Allan Sohl)Fiches du livre - "Honoring Parents" (Anonymous)Fiches du livre - "Lincoln Letters" (Abraham Lincoln)SXA personality adjectives French
I have such a nasty headache. / 2. Sheriff, eavesdropping is a very nasty habit. / 3. I can be very nice, and I can be very nasty.
His nasty comments fueled the argument.
Two nasty guys robbed me of my jewels and ran away.
He doesn't look that way, but he's really a nasty piece of work.
Everybody has a flaw. And it looks like yours is smellin' like my nasty guts.
The definition of nasty is something that is very dirty, unpleasant or offensive.
The contents of a trash container can get pretty nasty.
He had a nasty experience at the dentist when he was young, and the memories of this put him off dental surgeries for life.
A nasty thrill of fear shot through me and the sound of Chris moving his feet let me know that he to
My parents quarrelled and it was a nasty situation.
Don't be so nasty TO your brother - he's four years younger than you!
Why is Cloutier in such a nasty mood?' 'He has lost a lot of money.'
Technology could solve some nasty problems.
Inglés palabraméchant"(nasty) ocurre en conjuntos:300 most important French adjectives 101 - 125Les 300 adjectifs les plus courants en anglais 101...Fiches du livre - "That Scholarship Boy" (Emma Les...Fiches du livre - "Aspects of Literature" (J. Midd...Fiches du livre - "The Trial of Callista Blake" (E...
It is a great mortification to the vanity of man, that his utmost art and industry can never equal the meanest of nature's productions, either for beauty or value.
Inglés palabraméchant"(meanest) ocurre en conjuntos:Fiches du livre - "A Book of Epigrams" (Various)Fiches du livre - "The Philosophy of Despair" (Dav...Fiches du livre - "Index of the Project Gutenberg ...Fiches du livre - "Index for Works of Harold Frede...