maliciously


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ma·li·cious

 (mə-lĭsh′əs)
adj.
1. Having the nature of or resulting from malice; deliberately harmful; spiteful: malicious gossip.
2. Law Done with malice.

ma·li′cious·ly adv.
ma·li′cious·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.maliciously - with malicemaliciously - with malice; in a malicious manner; "she answered maliciously"
Translations
بِحِقْد، بِخُبْث
zlomyslně
illgirnislega
kötü niyetle

maliciously

[məˈlɪʃəslɪ] ADVmaliciosamente, con malicia

maliciously

[məˈlɪʃəsli] adv [behave, gossip] → avec malveillance
a maliciously accurate imitation → une imitation cruellement fidèle

maliciously

adv actböswillig; say, smileboshaft

maliciously

[məˈlɪʃəslɪ] advcon cattiveria, malignamente (Law) → dolosamente

malice

(ˈmӕlis) noun
the wish to harm other people etc. There was no malice intended in what she said.
malˈicious (-ʃəs) adjective
She took a malicious pleasure in hurting others.
maˈliciously adverb
References in classic literature ?
Yet the voice spake true; for scarce had he pushed from the ship, when numbers of sharks, seemingly rising from out the dark waters beneath the hull, maliciously snapped at the blades of the oars, every time they dipped in the water; and in this way accompanied the boat with their bites.
But Ponas Jokubas whispered maliciously that the visitors did not see any more than the packers wanted them to.
I know he's always a saucy creature," said Rosa, poising herself on one of her little feet, and looking maliciously at Adolph.
Ancient hauberk, date of the sixth century, time of King Arthur and the Round Table; said to have belonged to the knight Sir Sagramor le Desirous; ob- serve the round hole through the chain-mail in the left breast; can't be accounted for; supposed to have been done with a bullet since invention of firearms -- per- haps maliciously by Cromwell's soldiers.
If you neglect your work," said she maliciously, you won't have the grass ready when the people come.
And from this time began an intrigue between his majesty and a junto of ministers, maliciously bent against me, which broke out in less than two months, and had like to have ended in my utter destruction.
I must have lost it," said the young man maliciously, pretending to search for it.
Gentlemen and ladies," said the lawyer to the shopkeepers, the millmen, and the factory girls, "I can assure you that some unaccountable mistake, or, more probably, a wilful falsehood, maliciously contrived to injure Mr.
And I remember,' he quoted maliciously, 'one who said, "Trust a snake before an harlot, and an harlot before a Pathan, Mahbub Ali.
Once she asked cynically if he had ever heard of a "Rose of Sharon" to which he maliciously replied: "She turned out to be a Rag-weed.
Some men are praised maliciously, to their hurt, thereby to stir envy and jealousy towards them: pessimum genus inimicorum laudantium; insomuch as it was a proverb, amongst the Grecians, that he that was praised to his hurt, should have a push rise upon his nose; as we say, that a blister will rise upon one's tongue, that tells a lie.
You ought to find a tenant at once," he said maliciously.