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used in The Lords of Discipline

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harmful or evil

or in medicine:  characterized by progressive and uncontrolled harmful growth — especially of a tumor
  • For many years, I have refused to listen as his obsessive voice narrated the malignant litany of crimes against my boyhood.
    Chapter 2.16 (2% in)
  • McLean looks at him like he is looking at a urine sample," I said, leaning forward and staring malignantly into Tradd's eyes.
    Chapter 1.10 (50% in)
  • They were elite and slim and malignant.
    Chapter 2.16 (45% in)
  • His lips touched against my ear in a malignant parody of a kiss.
    Chapter 2.16 (86% in)
  • Throughout the barracks, a malignant virility was born in the hearts of plebes.
    Chapter 2.16 (87% in)
  • His eyes had cleared, and Pig was crouched in an oddly distorted, yet ceremonial, position as though he were offering prayers to a ruthless and malignant deity.
    Chapter 3.24 (69% in)
  • I told them of my visits to Gilbreath and Pearce, of my rising awareness that we were helpless before the inspired, solitary malignancy of the intrigue against us.
    Chapter 4.40 (9% in)
  • But I felt its malignant presence in that slow ride toward the barracks, through those charming streets of immense, enduring houses, through darkness and sadness and rain.
    Chapter 4.46 (13% in)

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