malevolence : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n wishing evil to others
- n the quality of threatening evil
- The incident cannot be attributed to chance alone, there was some trace of malevolence as well.
- Dimitri almost gloated with malevolence when his erstwhile business partner was sent to jail.
- In his bestseller, Mr Knight vividly captured the malevolence and deceit of his times.
News & Articles
- Jim Christiansen: Carlisle Cooper's indelible images
The portrait jumped out at you. It was large, 3 by 4 feet. An African leader, in full military regalia, with a chestful of (probably) self-awarded medals. Idi Amin, or some other tyrant. Bright, vivid colors, red and green. The dictator’s ego, his malevolence, shined through.
Sept. 15, 2013 - Ventura County Star
- Paul McCartney in NBC5i.com
Some of the stuff that is written is plain malevolence but some of it is so ridiculous that I have to admit it's funny,McCartney wrote.
- Vice President Dick Cheney in Canada.com
It was this man, Gerald R. Ford, who led our republic safely through a crisis that could have turned to catastrophe,Cheney said. "We will never know what further unravelings, what greater malevolence might have come in that time of furies...
- Dalton McGuinty in Toronto Sun
There's always some short-term political gains to be made when it comes to speaking generally about the malevolence of taxation, but that's not what we've been hired on to do,McGuinty said when asked about the possibility Ignatieff might be...