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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Ill will.

Usage examples (35)
  • What I want you to understand, is the full evil of those who claim to have become convinced that this earth, by its nature, is a realm of malevolence where the good has...
  • The equivalent of epichairekakia in Latin is malevolentia (like the English word 'malevolence'), according to blogger Michael Gilleland.
  • All of their will and malevolence is bent on achieving this one thing.
  • Bracy, forewarned by his dream of a concealed serpent strangling a dove, suspects that some malevolence is afoot without tracing it immediately to Geraldine's presence. for more
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