Soon afterward Eabani becomes ill, no doubt through the malignance of the goddess Ishtar.
She's heard that the malignance of mummies, especially in museums, is incredible.
She was about to speak when he abruptly halted and faced her with a petrifying burst of malignance.
There is, of course, in much of this something of the malignance of party.
She was hysterically, passionately spiteful—almost to the point of malignance.
Being but a little wisp of a man, all malignance and no courage, he would have fled when he saw me.
There was malignance, there was red anger, but there was entreaty, the cry of a slave to a master.
For some unexplainable reason the world, his particular world, seemed to have lost its malignance.
malignancy ma·lig·nan·cy (mə-lĭg'nən-sē)
The state or quality of being malignant.
A malignant tumor.