malignant

Assail vs Malignant - What's the difference?

assail | malignant |


As a verb assail

is to attack violently using words or force.

As an adjective malignant is

harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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Ill-disposed vs Malignant - What's the difference?

ill-disposed | malignant | Related terms |

Ill-disposed is a related term of malignant.


As adjectives the difference between ill-disposed and malignant

is that ill-disposed is not much disposed towards somebody or something; unsympathetic while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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Envious vs Malignant - What's the difference?

envious | malignant | Related terms |

Envious is a related term of malignant.


As adjectives the difference between envious and malignant

is that envious is feeling or exhibiting envy; jealously desiring the excellence or good fortune of another; maliciously grudging while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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Malignant vs Benevolent - What's the difference?

malignant | benevolent |


As adjectives the difference between malignant and benevolent

is that malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious while benevolent is having a disposition to do good.

As a noun malignant

is .

Bitter vs Malignant - What's the difference?

bitter | malignant | Related terms |

Bitter is a related term of malignant.


As adjectives the difference between bitter and malignant

is that bitter is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance) while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As nouns the difference between bitter and malignant

is that bitter is (usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic while malignant is .

As a verb bitter

is to make bitter.

Wrathful vs Malignant - What's the difference?

wrathful | malignant |


As adjectives the difference between wrathful and malignant

is that wrathful is possessed of great wrath; very angry while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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Hostile vs Malignant - What's the difference?

hostile | malignant |


As adjectives the difference between hostile and malignant

is that hostile is belonging or appropriate to an enemy; showing the disposition of an enemy; showing ill will and malevolence, or a desire to thwart and injure; occupied by an enemy or enemies; inimical; unfriendly while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As nouns the difference between hostile and malignant

is that hostile is (chiefly|in the plural) an enemy while malignant is .

Pitiless vs Malignant - What's the difference?

pitiless | malignant | Related terms |

Pitiless is a related term of malignant.


As adjectives the difference between pitiless and malignant

is that pitiless is having, or showing, no pity; merciless while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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Benignant vs Malignant - What's the difference?

benignant | malignant |


As adjectives the difference between benignant and malignant

is that benignant is kind; gracious; favorable while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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Inhuman vs Malignant - What's the difference?

inhuman | malignant | Synonyms |

Inhuman is a synonym of malignant.


As adjectives the difference between inhuman and malignant

is that inhuman is of or pertaining to inhumanity and the indifferently cruel, sadistic or barbaric behavior it brings while malignant is harmful, malevolent, injurious.

As a noun malignant is

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