Malevolence [noun]

Definition of Malevolence:

ill will

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Sentence/Example of Malevolence:

People will not fail to attribute it to the incapacity of the Ministers, and possibly to their malevolence.

It is certain, however, that the malevolence of the defeated party soon revived in all its energy.

But even in those words the malevolence of faction sought and found matter for a quarrel.

At this moment Anna would have said, "is not this rewarding farmer Wood for his malevolence to my uncle and me?"

The old miser's face changed suddenly from rage and malevolence to a leering softness more hateful still to her shrinking eyes.

Before you caught the hand in the library it was filled with pure malevolence—to you and all mankind.

Mankind's malevolence may makeMuch melancholy musing mine; Many my motives may mistake,My modest merits much malign.

Calvin Morgan was not concerned with its wickedness until Seth Craddock's malevolence directed itself against him.

The comedian, if the story be true, could reckon upon the support of a vast body of popular malevolence.

"If that's the way you feel about it, you won't get rid of me so easy," declared the cook, malevolence in his single eye.