The gesture was not missed by Voldemort, whose eyes widened maliciously.
"So is Severus Snape, though he does not know it," said Griphook, and the two goblins roared with malicious laughter.
Voldemort’s voice shook with malicious pleasure.
They were hacking and stabbing at the ankles and shim of Death Eaters their tiny faces alive with malice, and everywhere Harry looked Death Eaters were folding under sheer weight of numbers, overcome by spells, dragging arrows from wounds, stabbed in the leg by elves, or else simply attempting to escape, but swallowed by the oncoming horde.
When he had finished, Hermione said, "Of course, I can see why that’s upset you, Harry — " "I’m not upset," he lied, "I’d just like to know whether or not it’s true or — " "Harry do you really think you’ll get the truth from a malicious old woman like Muriel, or from Rita Skeeter?
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I am not interested in hearing malicious gossip.
Words can be like baseball bats when used maliciously.