"malicious destruction of property" could probably be proved without Tiger's testimony.
malicious injury to other animals is a misdemeanour punishable on summary conviction.
malicious as it is intended to be, it is too trivial to be deceiving.
malicious animal magnetism is the name by which Mrs. Eddy now calls her witchcraft.
malicious gossip of this kind, however false, serves its end.
“These two were name-brothers, and loved as though they were brothers by blood,” said malicious Gossip.
malicious mischief could be atoned for only by blows and the shedding of blood.
malicious gossip that, and as unfounded no doubt as the rest.
malicious desertion for at least one year, provided the absentee has left the Kingdom.
malicious tongues said that he sat in church only to receive orders from churches through his relations with priests.
early 13c., from Old French malicios "showing ill will, spiteful, wicked" (Modern French malicieux), from Latin malitiosus "wicked, malicious," from malitia "badness, ill will, spite," from malus "bad" (see mal-). In legal use (early 14c., Anglo-French), it means "characterized by malice prepense."