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used in The Lords of Discipline

5 uses
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  • of a person — wishing or appearing to wish evil to others
  • of a thing — exerting an evil or harmful influence
  • He concentrated on watching the freshman, staring at the boy with intense, malevolent eyes.
    Chapter 1.11 (56% in)
  • They advanced against us in a single collectively malevolent voice.
    Chapter 2.16 (68% in)
  • His impassive black eyes had a slightly minted cast, but they registered more boredom than malevolence.
    Chapter 3.24 (37% in)
  • In the background was a figure estranged and disembodied from the others, the unmistakable figure of the Bear, smoking his cigar and overseeing the proceedings with a malevolently inappropriate grin.
    Chapter 4.39 (38% in)
  • These were all my good friends; yet, on this night, their collective gaze was harsh and malevolent.
    Chapter 4.41 (56% in)

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