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malevolent
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Harry Potter (#5) and the Order of the Phoenix
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  • She scowled as she gulped down her food and every now and then she shot a malevolent glance up the table to where Dumbledore and McGonagall were talking so intently.
  • The elf straightened up, eyeing them all malevolently, and apparently convinced that they could not hear him as he continued to mutter.
  • Kreacher was disappearing through the door to the hall, looking back at them malevolently as he hitched up his loincloth; Sirius was hurrying towards them all, looking anxious.
  • This may not be an ordinary class, Potter,’ said Snape, his eyes narrowed malevolently, ’but I am still your teacher and you will therefore call me "sir" or "Professor" at all times.’
  • They looked round at Harry as he browsed the shelves for the book he needed on Partial Vanishment: Goyle cracked his knuckles threateningly and Malfoy whispered something undoubtedly malevolent to Crabbe.
  • ’None at all,’ said Umbridge, shooting a malevolent look at Harry, Ron and Hermione, who were now dawdling around the foot of the stairs as Ron pretended to do up his shoelace.
  • I mean,’ said Malfoy, raising his voice a little more, his grey eyes glittering malevolently in Harry and Ron’s direction, ’if it’s a question of influence with the Ministry, I don’t think they’ve got much chance… from what my father says, they’ve been looking for an excuse to sack Arthur Weasley for years… and as for Potter… my father says it’s a matter of time before the Ministry has him carted off to St Mungo’s… apparently they’ve got a special ward for people whose brains have been…

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  • She tells vicious lies and spreads malevolent rumors.
  • My computer is so frustrating. Sometimes it seems alive and malevolent.

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