Origin of malevolent
OTHER WORDS FROM malevolentma·lev·o·lent·ly, adverbun·ma·lev·o·lent, adjectiveun·ma·lev·o·lent·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH malevolentmaleficent, malevolent
How to use malevolent in a sentence
After we finish laughing malevolently and gloating sometime in December, would it change things in the actual world?The Blowout Scenario Following a Possible Obama Landslide|Michael Tomasky|October 1, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The skull had rolled a few paces away, and lay there grinning malevolently up at them.Warrior of the Dawn|Howard Carleton Browne
All the while the great white dog was walking up and down behind him, eyeing his calves and snarling malevolently.A Frontier Mystery|Bertram Mitford
The beady eyes of the Chis-chis-chash beamed malevolently on the white chief—the blood-thirst, the warrior's itch, was upon them.The Way of an Indian|Frederic Remington
The High Priest was staring at him malevolently, his slanted eyes fastened on his garb of furs.
When Craig did not reply, he again spat out the words, his dark brows bunching malevolently.