malignantly : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in a malignant manner, as of a tumor that spreads
- And what worried forecasters as Ivan bore down was that these currents seemed almost malignantly aligned to ensure that both the Caribbean and Florida remained in the storm's .
- It is not a matter of material values; it is the waste of spiritual forces which appals him: the sort of spiritual squalor which apparently has America so malignantly in its .
- One night last week, eleven of them were trying to sleep; the other one played a phonograph malignantly, said he would never let them go to sleep unless they came to a decision.
- Dennis Haysbert in Independent
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."
- Charles Brumskine in The News Newspaper Online
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...