Origin of malevolence
synonym study for malevolence
Words nearby malevolence
How to use malevolence in a sentence
In some cases they are worse, for what they lack in power they make up in malevolence.
As I fought for services, I felt I was dealing with bureaucratic indifference bordering on malevolence.
If bad things are happening in the world, there must be someone to blame, someone whose malevolence or idiocy must be called out.Trash Talk Returns as Pols, Pundits Point Fingers Over Boston Bombing|Howard Kurtz|April 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We all have the obligation to speak out strongly, and oppose this malevolence, without compromise.
Zionism is evil, Israel is evil, sustained by malevolence and historical blindness, to be undone at a stroke and all will be well.First Step to Peace: Admitting that it's Complicated|Yehudah Mirsky|May 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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 Adopted Daughter|Elizabeth Sandham
The old miser's face changed suddenly from rage and malevolence to a leering softness more hateful still to her shrinking eyes.They Looked and Loved|Mrs. Alex McVeigh Miller