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vindictive
used in And Then There Were None

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desirous of seeking revenge or wanting to hurt someone
  • But there was a good deal of comment at the time—nine people out of ten thought Seton was innocent and that the judge's summing up had been vindictive.
    p. 251.8
vindictive = revengeful or full of desire to hurt another
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