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  • maliciousness — index cruelty, ill will, malice, odium, spite Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • maliciousness — mid 15c., from MALICIOUS (Cf. malicious) + NESS (Cf. ness) …   Etymology dictionary

  • maliciousness — malicious ► ADJECTIVE ▪ characterized by malice; intending or intended to do harm. DERIVATIVES maliciously adverb maliciousness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • Maliciousness — Malicious Ma*li cious, a. [Of. malicius, F. malicieux, fr. L. malitiosus. See {Malice}.] 1. Indulging or exercising malice; harboring ill will or enmity. [1913 Webster] I grant him bloody, . . . Sudden, malicious, smacking of every sin That has a …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • maliciousness — noun see malicious …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • maliciousness — noun The condition of being malicious; malevolence or malice …   Wiktionary

  • maliciousness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun A desire to harm others or to see others suffer: despitefulness, ill will, malevolence, malice, malignancy, malignity, meanness, nastiness, poisonousness, spite, spitefulness, venomousness, viciousness. See ATTITUDE …   English dictionary for students

  • maliciousness — ma·li·cious·ness || mÉ™ lɪʃəsnɪs n. malevolence, viciousness, spitefulness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • maliciousness — n. Malevolence, malice, malignity, ill will, enmity …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • maliciousness — ma·li·cious·ness …   English syllables

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