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- In spite of the wives' agreement that such malevolence was beyond credibility, the dispute ended in a short struggle, and both wives were lifted, kicking, into the night.p. 52.2
malevolence = wishing or appearing to wish evil to others
There are no more uses of "malevolent" in The Great Gatsby.
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