malignantly malignantly


  • (adv) in a malignant manner, as of a tumor that spreads


  1. Those who wish to achieve a malignantly Woolfish rapport may duplicate the time scheme of the play by tinkling the ice cubes and spinning the disks, starting about 2:30 a.
  2. He terrorizes less by his inveterate plots than by his malignantly charged presence, mesmerizing those whom he would murder.
  3. At one time Chaplin's dictator roars gibberish at crowds, at another he is abashed by Oakie, at a third he malignantly orders a pogrom.


  1. "Once it got to the torture, I think the show really defeated its own purpose," says Haysbert, "and it has been skewed malignantly in another direction. It's really, really sad that it happened."
    on May 9, 2007 By: Dennis Haysbert Source: Independent

  2. Brumskine said "contrary to the disinformation, whether malignantly or simply out of fear of the unknown that was disseminated about the status of forces agreement, the agreement is a concept of international law whereby the terms of engagement of...
    on Oct 17, 2008 By: Charles Brumskine Source: The News Newspaper Online

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