Examples of malevolence in a Sentence
only mindless malevolence would explain this cruel vandalism
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Indeed, no musician worked harder to help vanquish the malevolence unleashed by Hitler and Mussolini.
That political malevolence is the danger sign for places like Grays Harbor.
In an attack of special malevolence, one of the bombs detonated outside an ice cream parlor.
And though Christine Bunuan plays Sister Chang's smiling malevolence to the hilt, there is an uncomfortable undertone of dragon lady cliche to the character as written.
Behind his long absences is a tragedy that, for the actor but not his wife, is tinged with malevolence.
The Muslim ban, for example, was incompetently executed, but its overwhelming flavor was malevolence.
The intent in making so many threats seemed to be to terrorize; the perpetrator whom Miller described had some of the anonymous malevolence of the Internet troll.
Her primary antagonist, played with quiet malevolence by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, is Cecil Diamond, who has turned the university’s famous marching band into a cultlike personal fief that weighs heavily on Eva’s budget.
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