malevolence

[ muh-lev-uh-luhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF malevolence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALEVOLENCE

But every eye was turned on Peter now, some in incredulity, some in malevolence, and some in awe.

The malevolence of party has alone the merit of such an imputation.

Happy that it is NOT possible; the malevolence would disarm the power.

Both his malevolence and his cupidity had been disappointed.

Then his face stiffened, the light changed to a gleam of malevolence.

After all, it were folly to permit the malevolence of a cad so to distress him.

Poor Naya's evil genius had not yet exhausted his malevolence.

It was astonishing the amount of malevolence there was in her sing-song.

She raised her eyes and cast a look full of malevolence at Judith.

Panmure is left as a goose, and Hawes as a goose with a touch of malevolence.

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