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Crime and Punishment
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  • She looked intently, maliciously and mistrustfully.
  • "Why do you look at me as though you did not know me?" he said suddenly, also with malice.
  • "Now we’ll make a fight for it," he said, with a malicious smile, as he went down the stairs.
  • His malice was aimed at himself; with shame and contempt he recollected his "cowardice."
  • Your son intentionally exaggerated the significance of my words and made them ridiculous, accusing me of malicious intentions, and, as far as I could see, relied upon your correspondence with him.
  • Luzhin went on laughing maliciously.
  • Better…. imagine—yes, it’s certainly better—imagine that I am vain, envious, malicious, base, vindictive and…. well, perhaps with a tendency to insanity.
  • That you may understand, and not blame my malicious behaviour on that occasion.
  • It was not malicious, I assure you, he-he!
  • Katerina Ivanovna determined now to invite this lady and her daughter, "whose foot she was not worth," and who had turned away haughtily when she casually met them, so that they might know that "she was more noble in her thoughts and feelings and did not harbour malice," and might see that she was not accustomed to her way of living.
  • Why don’t you catch him then?" he cried, maliciously gibing at Zametov.
  • So that’s it, is it?" he cried, surprised but smiling maliciously.

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  • I am not interested in hearing malicious gossip.
  • Words can be like baseball bats when used maliciously.
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