His ears went slowly flat in the blackness, and a vast sense of ill-use suffused him as he heard snarling male voices and a lighter, more breathless female one that tried to hide its fear.
I hope you have not made any hasty arrangements with him for certainly you can surmise, his only intentions will be to ill use her and then cast her aside in poverty and disgrace.
Shylock is certainly a more malicious individual than Antonio, Bassanio, or Portia, yet there can be no question that the Jew suffers ill use at the hands of the Christians.
From one point of view, Britain is now marooned in the Atlantic - distrusted by the Europeans, and ill-used by an American administration which remains stubbornly unilateralist and even nationalist.
The men came there, got her drunk, and held him and ill-used his wife.
Indeed, comparing him to Benedict Arnold is instructive: both gifted men were at times disgracefully ill-used .
Her character just stays in the hotel room the entire day, moping around in panties and looking ill-used .
Kelly, a whistleblower who the government would naturally have despised, was elevated to the role of a honourable man whom Gilligan had supposedly ill-used to further his nefarious anti-government agenda.
Frequently ill-tempered and ill-used , their natural ability to survive for long periods without food or water nevertheless makes them valuable both as baggage animals and troop-carriers.
I do not despise your child… just the memory of how you were so ill-used .