Filled with, or showing, spite; having a desire to vex, annoy, or injure; malignant; malicious (adjective)
Examples of word spiteful
Because he became known as a spiteful, mean-spirited man who deliberately badmouthed anyone who was more successful than he was.
Being nasty, mean-spirited or spiteful is not going to bring down gas prices, stop the war or unite this broken country!
It is no better when it is vented in spiteful and mischievous language: He that utters slander is a fool too, for God will sooner or later bring forth that righteousness as the light which he endeavours to cloud, and will find an expedient to roll the reproach away.
I am sure that Melanie knows who her supporters are and will not think that I attack her when its obvious to any normal mind that I never do. you along with anthony and sarah just show what a load of childish right wing nutters you really are, twisting words and sentiments to your own ends. "spiteful" - what a ridiculous remark, maybe you should try a dictionary.
The really evil libidinous people, that is to say the spiteful, the mean, the base and inhuman, fly from his presence, and for the obvious reason that he makes sex-pleasure so generous, so gay, so natural, so legitimate, that their dark morbid perverted natures can get no more joy out of it.