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malicious
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Harry Potter (#3) and the Prisoner of Azkaban
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  • Malfoy elbowed past Hermione to block Harry’s way up the stone steps to the castle, his face gleeful and his pale eyes glinting maliciously.
  • Malfoy’s eyes were narrowed maliciously.
  • "Can’t you shut that thing up?" he added to Harry as Hermione strode out of the room, Crookshanks’s yellow eyes still fixed maliciously on Ron.
  • And, sir, I’ll need this shrivelfig skinned," said Malfoy, his voice full of malicious laughter.
  • Your father didn’t set much store by rules either," Snape went on, pressing his advantage, his thin face full of malice.
  • Got plenty of special features, hasn’t it?" said Malfoy, eyes glittering maliciously.
  • You —" Harry was angry enough to hit Malfoy, but couldn’t reach — Malfoy was panting with the effort of holding onto the Firebolt, but his eyes were sparkling maliciously.

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  • Words can be like baseball bats when used maliciously.
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