If that dark-visaged eldest boy could look more malicious than he had already looked, this was the time when he did it.
She is sly and full of malice.
One face, and not an agreeable one, though it was handsome, seemed maliciously watchful of this pretty girl, and indeed of every one and everything there.
"Don’t be so malicious," says Mr. Bucket.
I watched this young woman yesterday without her knowledge when she was looking at the funeral, in company with my wife, who planned to take her there; and I had so much to convict her, and I saw such an expression in her face, and my mind so rose against her malice towards her ladyship, and the time was altogether such a time for bringing down what you may call retribution upon her, that if I had been a younger hand with less experience, I should have taken her, certain.
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I am not interested in hearing malicious gossip.
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