(a.) Wishing evil; disposed to injure others; rejoicing in another's misfortune.
(1) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Trump ‘sways malevolently’ behind Hillary Clinton Instead, he began the night by assembling a group of women in a press conference to revisit alleged sexual assaults by Bill Clinton, before confronting his opponent hardest on her private email server.
(2) It is the sort of malevolent onslaught that has caused many hardened media pundits to quake.
(3) The self-serving transparency of her malevolence seemed so obvious I didn’t even hire a lawyer to defend myself.” He took a lie detector and passed, Allen said, but Mia Farrow declined to do so.
(4) To study malevolent representations, earliest memories were reliably coded on scales of affect tone.
(5) To his enemies, Sechin is a malevolent figure, a Kremlin grey cardinal crossed with the Big Bad Wolf.
(6) These statements reveal outrageous malevolence regarding the values that define this European Union and, if pronounced by an official representative of the United States, they would have the potential to undermine seriously the transatlantic relationship that has, for the past 70 years, essentially contributed to peace, stability and prosperity on our continent.” Trump's focus on UK trade could sideline EU, Democrats fear Read more A letter from the leader of the Socialists and Democrats group, Gianni Pittella, describes Malloch’s statements as “shocking” and urges the EU institutions to treat him as a “persona non grata”.
(7) Health care providers must too often stand by helplessly as disinterested or malevolent relatives make these decisions, while caring, competent non-relatives are shut out of the decision-making process.
(8) Goodness knows how it would have turned out if I had played the part, but I would have been malevolent in a very different way.
(9) Devout Muslims consider it a sacrilege for infidels to depose a Muslim tyrant and occupy Muslim lands — no matter how well intentioned the infidels or malevolent the tyrant.
(10) Either that or they're twisting his injured leg malevolently as a form of torutre.
(11) Malevolent object relations as well as splitting have long been considered by psychodynamic theorists as central features of borderline personality disorder.
(12) Half of the indigenous faith healers and more than half of the babalawos we interviewed attributed non-congenital deafness to malevolent forces, while only 12.5% of the herbalists made this attribution.
(13) He added: "We have a solid duty and a moral imperative to deny Iran's leaders the means to follow through on their malevolent intentions."
(14) Specifically, borderlines tend to understand human action as more highly motivated and human interaction as more malevolent in nature than do either depressive or normals.
(15) Nor, after the ban, it must be said, was Ali’s passing, nasty and vindictive side ever again in evidence, such as when he bullyingly and hurtfully “carried” the hapless, injured Patterson in 1965, or malevolently taunted to painful humiliation for the full 15 rounds Ernie Terrell, who had addressed Ali as Clay at the weigh-in at Houston in 1967.
(16) There was no rhyme, reason or research to suggest a fifth of disabled people should do without help, but plenty of malevolent accusations poured out from Duncan Smith's team.
(17) Manfred Weber, leader of the centre-right EPP and an ally of the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, and Guy Verhofstadt, who leads the liberal ALDE group, accused Malloch of “outrageous malevolence” towards “the values that define this European Union”.
(18) We should recognise his concerns and frame it in terms of a misunderstanding with no malevolent intent and that we will make sure there is no recurrence.
(19) While Dylan, her ex-protege, ex-boyfriend and the man with whom she will forever be linked, looks more like a malevolent troll every year, Baez, at 65, is radiant.
(20) Click here for the Paddington trailer There was a swift online reaction to the still image from the film pictured above, in which Paddington looks less like the harmlessly bumbling bear of Michael Bond's books and more a malevolent creature, disturbingly sentient enough to dress itself in a duffel coat.
(a.) Indulging or exercising malice; harboring ill will or enmity.
(a.) Proceeding from hatred or ill will; dictated by malice; as, a malicious report; malicious mischief.
(a.) With wicked or mischievous intentions or motives; wrongful and done intentionally without just cause or excuse; as, a malicious act.
(1) Already in 2014, Proofpoint found a 650% increase in social media spam compared to 2013, and 99% of malicious URLs in inappropriate content led to malware installation or credential phishing sites,” explains the company.
(2) Rather, it is those who use OSINT as a starting point for more malicious means.
(3) Those who say otherwise, he said, “have malicious intentions to damage the Chinese government in the name of birth control.” Family planning policy would be relaxed further over time, but the government had no timetable in mind.
(4) It's worth remembering that as the US and UK run around the world protesting the hacking activities of others and warning of the dangers of cyber-attacks , that duo is one of the most aggressive and malicious, if not the most aggressive and malicious, perpetrators of those attacks of anyone on the planet.
(5) The force said: “Leicestershire police is investigating a report of malicious communication being sent via social media.
(6) In response, the EU commission’s vice president, Frans Timmersmans, condemned Orban’s questionnaire as “malicious and wrong”.
(7) Anyone who opened the file risked being infected, as many anti-virus systems were not able to detect the malicious software, the researchers said.
(8) Prosecutions under the Malicious Communications Act have resulted in convictions, as in the case involving death threats tweeted at Caroline Criado-Perez .
(10) And of course, if the software that infects your machine is malicious, there's the serious risk of identity theft.
(11) China bans major shareholders from selling their stakes for next six months Read more Police and regulators are investigating evidence of potential “malicious” short selling of Chinese shares, state news agency Xinhua reported.
(12) The Conservatives won their malicious campaign against Labour in the general election, ruthlessly demonising Ed Miliband and fanning anti-Scottish resentment.
(13) Justice Department representatives told one congressional aide that Swartz' Guerilla Open Access Manifesto was being used to establish "malicious intent" to illegally download large amounts of documents.
(14) "I took out nasty passages about people I admire – like Polly Toynbee, George Monbiot, Deborah Orr and Yasmin Alibhai-Brown … but in a few instances, I edited the entries of people I had clashed with in ways that were juvenile or malicious: I called one of them antisemitic and homophobic, and the other a drunk."
(15) Frances Knox, 44, from Hertfordshire, has resolved to change her passwords every month after she had her Skype account maliciously taken over by fraudsters on 21 December.
(16) Any suggestion of impropriety is malicious and defamatory and will be treated as such,” said a spokesman.
(17) The 'Sorry' campaign's suggestion that the Standard and its journalists lost touch with London is a malicious invention.
(18) We have identified this as a new and growing threat in the UK and you just have to look at the figures – in fact 51% of the malicious software threats that have ever been identified were in 2009."
(19) We are left to conclude that the purpose is a malicious one.
(20) The UK's biggest retailer began legal proceedings against the paper and its editor, Alan Rusbridger, for libel and malicious falsehood.