1. Second Schism (Pilot) by Malovence, literature
Choose the Right Synonym for malevolence. malice, malevolence, ill will, spite, malignity, spleen, grudge mean the desire to see another experience pain, injury, or distress. malice implies a deep-seated often unexplainable desire to see another suffer. felt no malice toward their former enemies malevolence suggests...
Malevolence is a smoldering ill will: a vindictive malevolence in her expression. Malignity is a deep-seated and virulent disposition to injure; it is more dangerous than malevolence, because it is not only more completely concealed but it often instigates harmful acts: The malignity of his nature was shocking.
People will not fail to attribute it to the incapacity of the Ministers, and possibly to their malevolence. It is certain, however, that the malevolence of the defeated party soon revived in all its energy. THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II. THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY