malevolence (Meaning)

Wordnet

malevolence (n)

wishing evil to others

the quality of threatening evil

Webster

malevolence (n.)

The quality or state of being malevolent; evil disposition toward another; inclination to injure others; ill will. See Synonym of Malice.

malevolence Sentence Examples

  1. The malevolence of his glare sent shivers down her spine, warning her of his sinister intentions.
  2. The painting depicted a haunting scene of malevolence, its subjects twisted with hatred and malice.
  3. The malevolence in his voice cut through her like a knife, chilling her to the bone.
  4. The group of men radiated malevolence, their eyes filled with a cruel and unforgiving darkness.
  5. The stepmother's malevolence towards Cinderella was evident in every spiteful glance she cast her way.
  6. The malevolence of the storm raged against the ship, its winds howling with fury and its waves crashing with destructive force.
  7. The dictator's malevolence manifested in his ruthless suppression of dissent, leaving a trail of terror in his wake.
  8. The malevolence of jealousy consumed her, making her resent her best friend's happiness.
  9. The malevolence of his words poisoned the atmosphere, casting a pall of despair over the room.
  10. The creature's malevolence was palpable, its eyes gleaming with an unholy light and its claws reaching out with deadly intent.

FAQs About the word malevolence

wishing evil to others, the quality of threatening evilThe quality or state of being malevolent; evil disposition toward another; inclination to injure others;

hatred, cruelty, venom,malice, malignancy, hatefulness, disgust, contempt, spleen, malignity

passion, amity, friendliness, civility, civility, devotion, devotion, love, hospitality, friendliness

The malevolence of his glare sent shivers down her spine, warning her of his sinister intentions.

The painting depicted a haunting scene of malevolence, its subjects twisted with hatred and malice.

The malevolence in his voice cut through her like a knife, chilling her to the bone.

The group of men radiated malevolence, their eyes filled with a cruel and unforgiving darkness.