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malicious
used in Faust -- Part 1 (translated by Theil)

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Definition
wanting to see others suffer; or threatening evil
  • FAUST So thou with thy cold devil's fist Still clench'd in malice impotent Dost the creative power resist, The active, the beneficent!
  • He in my bosom with malicious zeal For that fair image fans a raging fire; From craving to enjoyment thus I reel, And in enjoyment languish for desire.
  • If for a moment he but enter here, He looks around him with a mocking sneer, And malice ill-conceal'd; That he with naught on earth can sympathize is clear; Upon his brow 'tis legibly revealed, That to his heart no living soul is dear.
  • —Stand! ay, stand! roll in malicious rage thy fiendish eyes!

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