malevolent


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Synonyms for malevolent

Synonyms for malevolent

Synonyms for malevolent

wishing or appearing to wish evil to others

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having or exerting a malignant influence

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And, snake-like, amidst the concealing foliage lay the malevolent Russ.
Behind her, urged on by the malevolent power of the great brain, the headless body crawled upon all-fours toward her.
The grim old man of Torn had sat motionless throughout this indictment, his face, somewhat pale, was drawn into lines of malevolent hatred and rage, but he permitted Father Claude to finish without interruption.
All were in Arab dress, but presently one of the number advanced to Tarzan's side, and as he let the folds of cloth that had hidden the lower half of his face fall away the ape-man saw the malevolent features of Nikolas Rokoff.
Da Souza, excellent wife and mother though she had proved herself to be, had never admired her husband more than when, followed by the malevolent glances of Miss Montressor and her friend, she, with her daughter and Da Souza, re-entered the gates of the Lodge.
My interest in them, if it exists at all, is malevolent.
With a malevolent expression on his face, his beady eyes gleaming with cruel intelligence, he began teetering.
Also, in an interval, her eyes malevolent in her rage, she chattered piercing curses at Alphonso.
In the meanwhile Emil Gluck, the malevolent wizard and arch-hater, travelled his whirlwind path of destruction.
There are malevolent forces," said the Opossum, "which the wise will neither confront nor avoid.
be proved that powerful and malevolent magicians once existed and were
You that are still in the flesh, subject to horrors of the imagination, think what a monstrous fear that must be which seeks in darkness security from malevolent existences of the night.
Sure enough, they all halted at the beach, pacing back and forth, uttering fiendish cries, and glaring at us in the most malevolent manner.
Gender,' suggested Mr Squeers, regarding the spectators with a malevolent eye--literally A malevolent eye.
I watched her a few moments with a feeling of malevolent gratification; then, moving towards the door, I calmly asked if she had anything more to say.