Origin of malevolence
Examples from the Web for malevolence
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.
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
Acheson, too, was anything but an anti-Semite and quite free of malevolence.
Curses and malevolence followed Chane to her new home; and even those who wished her well, shook their heads over the marriage.The Jews of Barnow|Karl Emil Franzos
He was superior to every kind of jealousy, of suspicion, of malevolence; to every narrow and sordid motive.Winterslow|William Hazlitt
I hope the right hon. gentleman will not suspect me of any malevolence towards his offspring.Liberalism and the Social Problem|Winston Spencer Churchill
In all this malevolence he found an earnest colleague in the hot-blooded Izard, whose charges against Franklin were unmeasured.Benjamin Franklin|John Torrey Morse, Jr.
In spite of Vasari's malevolence, the portrait he has given us of Bazzi has so far nothing unpleasant about it.New Italian sketches|John Addington Symonds
mid-15c., from Middle French malevolence and directly from Latin malevolentia "ill-will, dislike, hatred," from malevolentem (nominative malevolens) "malevolent" (see malevolent).