Thesaurus / malice

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So easily without care or trouble may the brunts of malice be declined or repelled.
She would confute the malice spoken by Koúmé, by parent and child.
He struck it home and deep, with all the Malice of an angry God.
His malice towards Smith was of the bitterest character, and he had an opportunity now of making it felt.
Nevertheless, when industry is directed by malice, each may easily be attempting to snap an advantage from the other.
Newman gave him a friendly nod, to show that he bore him no malice, and retraced his steps.
THE AMERICANHENRY JAMES
Observe how you unfit yourselves for all holy duties, and communion with God, while you cherish wrath and malice in your hearts.
I am speaking without heat; you see that I am calm: I bear you no malice and I will do you good in spite of yourselves.
However, it was not merely his personal attack on me that made me imagine that he was actuated by malice.
MISCELLANIESOSCAR WILDE
Whatever the offense was, it was in the flesh, the result of weakness rather than malice.

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