Definición de malevolent
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all, it would seem," he hissed slowly like some malevolent alligator. A CONVICTION OF GUILT (2001)Sharon could feel something in the room, something malevolent, something watching her, savouring the smell of her fear. I.O.U. - SOMEONE HAS TO PAY (2001)She poured from both into her tumbler, inhaled on her cigar, and sat there silently watching us from her malevolent little eyes. DEATH IN PURPLE PROSE (2001)
Her flesh crawled, as if the soft night were studded with unfriendly, even malevolent eyes, watching her every movement. FOLLY (2001)
Tendencias de malevolent
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Inglés británico: malevolent ADJECTIVE
A malevolent person deliberately tries to cause harm or evil.
Her stare was malevolent.
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