Spiteful Quotes


Wretched are those who are vindictive and spiteful.

It would be spiteful to put a Jellyfish in a trifle.

I'm not sure it pays to do anything remotely public in Britain. It's such a spiteful society. People seem to enjoy making your life hard for the sake of it.

It's in the homes of spiteful old widows that one finds such cleanliness.

He's not only a good player but he's spiteful in the nicest sense of the word.

To harbor spiteful feelings against ordinary people for not being heroes is possible only for narrow-minded or embittered man.

For no one in our long decline So dusty spiteful and divided Had quite such pleasant friends as mine Or loved them half as much as I did.

There is not a more mean stupid dastardly pitiless selfish spiteful envious ungrateful animal than the Public. It is the greatest of cowards for it is afraid of itself.

I loved playing the headmistress in 'The Falling' - she was so spiteful. She certainly fancied herself quite a lot.

People is I think it's their nature - some people's nature in a way to be angry or jealous or just spiteful about somebody else's blessings.

Poetry criticism at its worst today is mean in spirit and spiteful in intent as if determined to inflict the wound that will spur the artist to new heights if it does not cripple him or her.

Open your heart. Don't be spiteful.

Vanity well fed is benevolent. Vanity hungry is spiteful.

It is the nature of the unfortunate to be spiteful and to envy those who are well to do.

Fate has this weird way of making your wish come true by supplementing it with ten other spiteful things.

Whatever spiteful fools may say Each jealous ranting yelper No woman ever went astray Without a man to help her

Appliances have idiosyncracies just like us. Unfortunately they have picked up our less attractive traits - they are proud spiteful and unforgiving.

Depending on what you believe as a person there's always redeeming qualities to every character or individual as spiteful as they might be.

When female minds are embittered by age or solitude their malignity is generally exerted in a rigorous and spiteful superintendence of domestic trifles.

They are by far the worst drivers. They are spiteful dithering old and in the way. They should have their licences taken away.

Many people say that time heals all wounds but that simply is not true. People can become more bitter arrogant and spiteful with age.

Lucifer also has died with God and from his ashes has arisen a spiteful demon who does not even understand the object of his venture.

For God's sake all of you say spiteful things about me then I shall know I mean something to you. Don't say surgaries or I'm done.

Great ladies are no more spiteful than the average rich woman; but one acquires in their society a greater susceptibility and feels more profoundly andmore irremediably their unpleasant remarks.

Formality is sufficiently revenged upon the world for being so unreasonably laughed at; it is destroyed it is true but it hath the spiteful satisfaction of seeing everything destroyed with it.

For little boys are rancorous When robbed of any myth And spiteful and cantankerous To all their kin and kith. But little girls can draw conclusions And profit from their lost illusions.