baleful

[ beyl-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF baleful

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Of all mortal possessions they are the most useless, mischievous, and baleful.

THEN the baleful fiend its fire belched out, and bright homes burned.

Richard paled under the baronet's baleful, half-sneering glance.

Gian Maria returned him no answer, but his baleful eye was upon Martino.

As he disappeared her beautiful face darkened with a baleful cloud.

This was, of course, Mary Grey, bound upon her baleful errand.

Bill cast a baleful glance at his rival and thrust 247 out his chin insolently.

There was not an artifice I did not practise to cure myself of this baleful infatuation.

The regard they fixed on his face was baleful in its intentness.

This notion was so baleful that Gustavus felt it best to answer it.

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