"Malice is of a low stature, but it hath very long arms"
"Malice is only another name for mediocrity"
Bertuzzi maintained no malice was intended, that all he was trying to do was swing momentum back in the Canucks ' favour.Globe and Mail (2003)
But Yuet could see the usual playful malice shimmering beneath Liudan's straight-faced Court mask, and moved in to deflect the barb.THE SECRETS OF JIN-SHEI (2004)
He could have no reason, then, to grudge against the father or to wreak his malice against the son.Man's Loving Family
How much malice it has spread has to be seen to be believed.India Today (2000)
I can feel them - or no, not evil, exactly, but malice and spite and old hatreds.A Time of War
It's hard not to feel the Star's "expose" is motivated by mischief, if not malice.Toronto Sun (2003)
Not out of malice or anything of that sort, Banbury just liked keeping his thoughts to himself.Coffin on the Water
There is no malice in O'Neill, a quiet, polite personality off the park.Belfast Telegraph (2004)
Yesterday Kate insisted her split from RAF officer's son Jim had happened with "no malice ".Sun, News of the World (2001)