noun, verb, spited, spiting.
1. a keen, ill-natured desire to humiliate, annoy, or injure another; venomous ill will.
2. a particular instance of such ill will; a grudge.
3. Archaic. vexation or chagrin.
-- verb (t)
4. to wreak one's spite or malice on.
5. to annoy or thwart, out of spite.
6. Archaic. to fill with spite; vex; offend.
7. in spite of, in disregard or defiance of; notwithstanding.
[ME; aphetic var. of DESPITE, noun ]