despite, in Old form(s): despight
in spite of [one], as opposed to [one]
CE III.i.108[Antipholus of Ephesus to Balthasar] I will depart in quiet, / And in despite of mirth mean to be merry
Cym IV.i.14[Cloten alone, of Innogen and Posthumus] this imperseverant thing loves him in my despite
Tit I.i.364[Titus to all, of Mutius] would you bury him in my despite?
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