ill treat

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Moreover, D'Artagnan had delivered her from the hands of the demons who wished to search and ill treat her; and this important service had established between them one of those sentiments of gratitude which so easily assume a more tender character.
Moreover, since the nocturnal adventure in the cell, he had constantly abused Quasimodo, but in vain did he ill treat, and even beat him occasionally, nothing disturbed the submission, patience, the devoted resignation of the faithful bellringer.
The home's matron Gillian Slater said Miss Doneghy and Mr Cleary came to see her and told them they had witnessed Semaha hit and ill treat Mr Jones.
She insisted her client did not ill treat those in her care.