maliciously maliciously  /mə ˈlɪ ʃɪs li/


  • (adv) with malice; in a malicious manner


  • They were Everymen, decent in their daily lives, who at home in Ohio or Vermont would regard it as unthinkable to maliciously strike a child, much less kill one.


  • Microsoft patches critical vulnerability in Office 2011 for Mac

    Microsoft has issued an update to Office 2011 for OS X, which closes a critical vulnerability that may allow remote code execution from an attacker. With this vulnerability a maliciously crafted Word document or e-mail message in Outlook (with Word configured as the e-mail reader) could give an attacker the execution rights as the current user , allowing them to arbitrarily run code on the ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: CNET


  1. The insurer "maliciously killed her" because it did not want to bear the expense of her transplant and aftercare, Geragos said.
    on Dec 21, 2007 By: Mark Geragos Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "I call on Senator Brownback to cease with the maliciously misleading push calls intended to harm me and apologize," Tancredo said in a statement.
    on Jul 23, 2007 By: Tom Tancredo Source: Guardian Unlimited

  3. "I thank God for the love and concern from my daughters," Hasselhoff said in his statement. "The tape was never meant to become public, but got into the hands of individuals who are not worthy of mentioning, who maliciously released the tape...
    on May 3, 2007 By: David Hasselhoff Source: FOXNews

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