malignance

noun
ma·lig·nance | \ mə-ˈlig-nən(t)s \

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Consequently, the growth disruption itself has exacerbated the cultural and economic malignance that helped create the underperforming trend in the first place. David L. Bahnsen, National Review, "A New Era of Angst and How to Navigate It," 13 Feb. 2018

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circa 1604, in the meaning defined above

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