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de dolo malo

[ di doh-loh mal-oh ]
/ dɪ ˈdoʊ loʊ ˈmæl oʊ /
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adjective Law.
with evil intention; with intent to defraud.
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Origin of de dolo malo

From Latin dē dolō malō
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