And it seemed that alcohol and tobacco worked together in toxic synergy to produce the malignancy.
To his eyes it seemed that a livid face, malignant with the malignancy of a devil, looked down out of the clouds.
What could save him if I disappointed the malignancy of Madame.
She did not see his face change and contort itself into malignancy.
If she was as good as she is bad there would be nothing to say against her; but her malignancy is intolerable.
About midsummer the disease betrayed its malignancy by the eruption of whelks and spots.
Of the malignancy of their wit, we must preserve one specimen.
There are such people in the world, and sometimes their brilliancy tempts us to forget their malignancy.
But the negro spoke sullenly, and there was still a sparkle of malignancy in his look.
It stood for something, in each of them, which gnawed their minds like a malignancy.
malignancy ma·lig·nan·cy (mə-lĭg'nən-sē)
The state or quality of being malignant.
A malignant tumor.