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  • His eyes glittered. Such malice was in them that men stepped back from him.
  • There is no malice near us; but there is watchfulness, and anger.
  • Gollum sniffed at the leaf and his face changed: a spasm of disgust came over it, and a hint of his old malice.
  • I doubt not that the days of Gondor are numbered, and the walls of Minas Tirith are doomed, so great is His strength and malice.
  • Gollum blinked, hooding the malice of his eyes with their heavy pale lids.
  • ’Not wholly, perhaps,’ said Faramir; ’but malice eats it like a canker, and the evil is growing.
  • It is a place of sleepless malice, full of lidless eyes.
  • Even as Frodo spoke he felt a great malice bent upon him, and a deadly regard considering him.
  • Disturbed as if out of some gloating dream by his small yell she turned slowly the dreadful malice of her glance upon him.
  • Here was some opening in the rock far wider than any they had yet passed; and out of it came a reek so foul, and a sense of lurking malice so intense, that Frodo reeled.
  • It pleased him that she should dwell there hungry but unabated in malice, a more sure watch upon that ancient path into his land than any other that his skill could have devised.
  • Shelob was gone; and whether she lay long in her lair, nursing her malice and her misery, and in slow years of darkness healed herself from within, rebuilding her clustered eyes, until with hunger like death she spun once more her dreadful snares in the glens of the Mountains of Shadow, this tale does not tell.

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  • Words can be like baseball bats when used maliciously.
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