malefic malefic


  • (adj) having or exerting a malignant influence



  1. By the end of Clones, Anakin is still a decent, stalwart gent, light-years removed from the malefic Vader.
  2. You may smile or cringe at Nighy's malefic majesty, but either way, you will savor it.
  3. Deep in the entrails of a Rumanian castle, a malefic beast has been stirring for a millennium.


  • "They're very disappointed at what Mark did, the individual, his malefic at times, but they can reconcile the two, only if Jenny and Mark can get back together. I think the people of South Carolina will give him a second chance," Graham said.
    on Jun 29, 2009 By: Lindsey Graham Source:

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