If you bear someone a grudge, you probably do hate them, but there is a reason for this.
'Throw evil on someone' is not natural English. Do you mean 'do them harm'?
"Bearing her the deepest of grudges". Is this the same as "hating her profoundly - wanting to throw evil upon her" ?Code:"Somewhere out there - somewhere else in the ship - Nagorny was waiting, bearing her what she knew to be the deepest of grudges. He was ill himself now; sick in the head."
Can someone make this a little clearer for me please?
Yes, thats what I meant
Last edited by Mahi93; 06-Mar-2014 at 20:41.