malice

Malice vs Terror - What's the difference?

malice | terror |


As nouns the difference between malice and terror

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

Malice vs Baleful - What's the difference?

malice | baleful |


As a noun malice

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

As an adjective baleful is

portending evil; ominous.

Malice vs Jealous - What's the difference?

malice | jealous |


As a noun malice

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

As an adjective jealous is

suspecting rivalry in love; troubled by worries that one might have been replaced in someone's affections; suspicious of a lover or spouse's fidelity.

Malice vs Car - What's the difference?

malice | car |


As nouns the difference between malice and car

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

As a verb car is

(lb).

Malice vs Virulence - What's the difference?

malice | virulence | Synonyms |

Malice is a synonym of virulence.


As nouns the difference between malice and virulence

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

Malignancemalignancy vs Malice - What's the difference?

malignancemalignancy | malice | Synonyms |

Malignancemalignancy is a synonym of malice.


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 Resent - What's the difference?

malice | resent |


As a noun malice

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

As a verb resent is

to express or exhibit displeasure or indignation at (words or acts) or resent can be (resend).

Devilish vs Malice - What's the difference?

devilish | malice |


As an adjective devilish

is resembling a devil.

As an adverb devilish

is (informal) devilishly.

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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