Definition of malevolence in English:

malevolence

Syllabification: ma·lev·o·lence
Pronunciation: /məˈlevələns
 
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noun

The state or condition of being malevolent: his eyes were glowing with malevolence
More example sentences
  • This takes Kerry several steps past merely being a sore loser, and into spiteful malevolence.
  • You know nothing of love, since all you promote is hatred and malevolence.
  • A plan formulated inside his mind and his eyes filled with hatred and malevolence.

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