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ill feeling

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishill feelingˌill ˈfeeling noun [uncountable]  ANGRYangry feelings towards someone ‘I’m sorry. No ill feeling?’ ‘None, ’ she replied.
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ill feelingTime limits are important and may well prevent a grievance from rumbling on, thereby causing ill feeling and low morale.There's no ill feeling toward our rivals.Moreira claimed that the changes had not produced ill feeling or unrest within the armed forces.Some now pay late and with ill feeling.
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