malice

[ mal-is ]SEE DEFINITION OF malice

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But Fortune had not yet exhausted her malice against the hapless Athenians.

At least, release my gentle sister, and pour out all your malice on me.

You seem to come like my own anger, my own malice, my own—whatever it is—I don't know what it is.

You can do that without forgiving me, if you still bear me malice.

Now to the charges which malice and misrepresentation have brought against me.

It extinguishes every dirty spark of malice and envy, which are but too apt to infest me.

It's no malice at all in him; only just he's a mighty great poltroon.

There was the deadliness of the story: its lack of malice, even of resentment.

But don't think me the cause neither of her family's malice and resentment.

And what is the meaning of "I did it ignorantly" but that I did it out of folly, not malice?

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