[mah-lah fee-de; English mey-luh fahy-dee]
- in bad faith; not genuine.
[mah-lah fee-des; English mey-luh fahy-deez]
- bad faith; intent to cheat or deceive.Compare bona fides(def 1).
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Examples from the Web for mala
Mala and Bala are in the class, and a lively scamp called Puvai.Lotus Buds</p>
Mala mandibularis: the grinding surface or area of a mandible.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
Therefore the legend says that these islands have golden apples (‘mala’).In Northern Mists (Volume 1 of 2)
By the way, he tells us that the Roman name for Apricots is Mala epirotica.A Year in a Lancashire Garden</p>
Henry Arthur Bright
At last an interview was arranged, and the two leaders met at Mala.The Spanish Pioneers
Charles F. Lummis
- Hinduism a string of beads or knots, used in praying and meditating
- undertaken in bad faith
- The cheek.
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