malignity

[ muh-lig-ni-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF malignity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALIGNITY

It has been the result of thoughtlessness, rather than of malignity.

Inasmuch as he carries the malignity and the lie with him he so far deceases from nature.

The covetousness or the malignity which saddens me when I ascribe it to society, is my own.

Malignity is seldom at a loss for some blemish to point out.

They are the product of malignity so evident that it defeats itself.

It was his malignity that poisoned her last years, which, but for him, would have been happy.

He went back to his first conceit and his voice rasped with malignity.

They attribute a malignity to him seldom to be found even in mankind.

Heaven knows to what lengths their malignity will then carry them.

He brings up into the imagination the malignity and hopelessness of the damned.

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