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Before him this legend consisted of half a dozen great divisions—a word which may be used of malice prepense.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
She'll certainly think I've done it out of malice prepense, as it is.
THE WAR-WORKERSE.M. DELAFIELD
This was no harmless action, it looks like malice prepense, unless indeed they excited her anger unintentionally.
Never again did he employ the type-worn expressions of country journalism, except with set prepense and self-evident satire.
One man, either through ungovernable passion or malice prepense, takes the life of another.
And Sterne's exquisite curiosity of oddness, his subtile extravagances and humors prepense.
Mr. Shackford had been killed--either with malice prepense or on the spur of the moment--for his money.
THE STILLWATER TRAGEDYTHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
"Not a soul," he continued—not of falsehood prepense, for he was not in fact thinking of what he was saying.
FRAMLEY PARSONAGEANTHONY TROLLOPE
It is the writing solely for gain, with malice prepense to save it,—that is the stumbling-block.
HEARTSEASECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
Mohun was tried for his life, but acquitted, for want of evidence, of malice prepense.
THE TOWNLEIGH HUNT

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