To be frank, I seriously doubt if Madoff set out, with malice aforethought, to defraud anyone.
The explanation in every case is oversight and forgetfulness, not malice.
I do not think Ozzie had any malice toward Cubans specifically in his comments.
Once again no one will know that I am not a chip off the old block, that I harbor black thoughts, double and malice.
Why does Rivers' joke have the sting of deliberate shock without any of the other joke's malice?
To hold him guilty, here or elsewhere, of malice or hypocrisy, is to misread his character.
At least, release my gentle sister, and pour out all your malice on me.
He saw it, and the sparkle of malice in his eyes flashed into sudden anger.
You seem to come like my own anger, my own malice, my own—whatever it is—I don't know what it is.
Few or none of the famous men that have lived escaped being calumniated by malice.
c.1300, "desire to hurt another," from Old French malice "ill will, spite, sinfulness, wickedness" (12c.), from Latin malitia "badness, ill will, spite," from malus "bad" (see mal-). In legal use, "wrongful intent generally" (1540s).