Today I am announcing a one year plan to radically diminish Glenn Beck's malign influence: stop buying his books!
After a few years in which Washington has exerted a malign force on demand, it is showing signs of becoming a neutral force.
To be sure, the government continued to exercise a malign influence on employment in October.
And so he has twisted changes to sex-education funding into a malign conspiracy against wedlock.
Timor is overjoyed at the malign trouble he and his friends have caused.
His atmosphere is malign; his presence breathes treason towards England.
The most malign of all these dangers today is disregard and disobedience of law.
If regarded as a motive, it must be expelled from the system, that it may no longer exercise its malign influence.
She could never have dreamed that she had this malign power, but she was now at least to suspect it.
No matter how much others may malign you, I am still your friend.
"to slander," mid-15c., from earlier more literal sense of "to plot, to contrive" (early 15c.), from Old French malignier "to plot, deceive, pervert," from Late Latin malignare "to do maliciously," from malignus (see malign (adj.)). Related: Maligned; maligning.