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  • r  in a malevolent manner
    she gossips malevolently

  • Burke Davis has written a gaudy, bloody, gung-ho account of the horn combat leader who eagerly went off to war with his green eyes gleaming malevolently, a stubby pipe clenched in .
  • Muscles rippled malevolently in his chest.
  • In that malevolently malleable face, the world's filmgoers are seeing Goeth.

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