malice

Malice vs Viciousness - What's the difference?

malice | viciousness |


As nouns the difference between malice and viciousness

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

Malice vs Passionate - What's the difference?

malice | passionate |


As nouns the difference between malice and passionate

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

As an adjective passionate is

given to strong feeling, sometimes romantic and/or sexual.

As a verb passionate is

(obsolete) to fill with passion, or with another given emotion.

Fear vs Malice - What's the difference?

fear | malice |


As nouns the difference between fear and malice

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

Afraid vs Malice - What's the difference?

afraid | malice |


As an adjective afraid

is impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear.

As a noun malice is

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

Acerbity vs Malice - What's the difference?

acerbity | malice |


As nouns the difference between acerbity and malice

is that acerbity is sourness of taste, with bitterness and astringency, like that of unripe fruit while malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

Malice vs Menacing - What's the difference?

malice | menacing |


As nouns the difference between malice and menacing

is that malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune while menacing is the act of making menaces or threats.

As an adjective menacing is

suggesting imminent harm.

As a verb menacing is

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Irate vs Malice - What's the difference?

irate | malice |


As an adjective irate

is extremely angry; wrathful; enraged.

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 False - What's the difference?

malice | false |


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 false is

(label) one of two states of a boolean variable; logic.

Thrill vs Malice - What's the difference?

thrill | malice |


As nouns the difference between thrill and malice

is that thrill is a trembling or quivering, especially one caused by emotion while malice is intention to harm or deprive in an illegal or immoral way desire to take pleasure in another's misfortune.

As a verb thrill

is (ergative) to suddenly excite someone, or to give someone great pleasure; to (figuratively) electrify; to experience such a sensation.

Malice vs Grudges - What's the difference?

malice | grudges |


As nouns the difference between malice and grudges

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

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