Malefic [adjective]

Definition of Malefic:

hurtful, injurious

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Opposite/Antonyms of Malefic:

Sentence/Example of Malefic:

Also, that the quality that had impressed me first as being malefic was really only its singular and original strangeness.

Also when there are malefic planets immediately setting or passing the nadir, in evil aspect to the luminary below the horizon.

But the contrary is the case when the 5th House is occupied by malefic planets and such as may be heavily afflicted.

Malefic planets therein, especially in evil aspect to the Sun or Moon, shows many opponents.

The oppositions are uniformly evil, whether the planet involved in the direction be a benefic or malefic.

Pliny said that the moon corrupted carcases of animals exposed to its malefic rays.

Many of the attendant spirits who haunt Marie Antoinette's ghostly footsteps as they haunted her earthly ones are malefic.

In one instance I saw one of them killed, by a man who charged him with having brought his brother to death by malefic arts.

Malefic superstitonis, quorum instinctu peculiaris adolescens (Ravilliac) dirum facinus instituerat.

A star malefic in thy house of life; Threatening thee with speedy violent death488From some traitor's hand.