malice

Malice vs Kindness - What's the difference?

malice | kindness |


As nouns the difference between malice and kindness

is that malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune while kindness is the state of being kind.

Malice vs Antagonism - What's the difference?

malice | antagonism |


As nouns the difference between malice and antagonism

is that malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune while antagonism is a strong natural dislike or hatred; antipathy.

Malice vs Bitterness - What's the difference?

malice | bitterness | Synonyms |

Malice is a synonym of bitterness.


As nouns the difference between malice and bitterness

is that malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune while bitterness is the quality of having a bitter taste.

Sadistic vs Malice - What's the difference?

sadistic | malice |


As an adjective sadistic

is delighting in or feeling pleasure from the pain of others.

As a noun malice is

intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

Malice vs Revenge - What's the difference?

malice | revenge |


As nouns the difference between malice and revenge

is that malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune while revenge is any form of personal retaliatory action against an individual, institution, or group for some perceived harm or injustice.

As a verb revenge is

(reflexive) to take one's revenge (on'' or ''upon ) someone.

Recklessness vs Malice - What's the difference?

recklessness | malice |


As nouns the difference between recklessness and malice

is that recklessness is the state or quality of being reckless or heedless, of taking unnecessary risks while malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

Selfish vs Malice - What's the difference?

selfish | malice |


As an adjective selfish

is holding one’s self-interest as the standard for decision making.

As a noun malice is

intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

Hateful vs Malice - What's the difference?

hateful | malice |


As an adjective hateful

is evoking a feeling of hatred.

As a noun malice is

intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

Mean vs Malice - What's the difference?

mean | malice |


As nouns the difference between mean and malice

is that mean is middle while malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

As an adjective mean

is mid, central.

Sinister vs Malice - What's the difference?

sinister | malice |


As an adjective sinister

is inauspicious]], ominous, unlucky, illegitimate (as in [[w:bar sinister|bar sinister ).

As a noun malice is

intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

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