ill feeling

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ill feeling (countable and uncountable, plural ill feelings)

  1. A feeling of animosity or resentment.
    • 2019 December 18, Richard Clinnick, “Railway's 2020 vision”, in Rail, page 3:
      Then there was May 2018's timetable chaos, when so much was promised but not delivered. This still causes ill-feeling for Northern, TransPennine Express and Govia Thameslink Railway. Social media platforms really highlighted the anger - some just wanted to rant, but the frustration was real... and justified.

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