malevolent: 有恶意的; having vicious ill will, spite, or hatred

  1) characterized by ill will or hatred

  2) having, showing, or arising from intense often vicious ill will, spite, or hatred

  malevolent ----- having or showing often vicious ill-will, spite, or hatred

  malevolent---malicious; evil; having or showing ill will: “Some early American colonists saw the wilderness as malevolent and sought to control it.”

  Synonyms: evil, hateful, vicious, vindictive

  malevolent well-meaning; polite, benevolent, benign, flattering, good

  The novel grossly oversimplified the conflict as a struggle between relentlessly malevolent villains on one side and faultless saints on the other.

  【近】 cruel, despiteful, evil, malicious, malign, malignant, mean, nasty, spiteful, vicious, virulent

  【反】 benevolent, benign, benignant 善意的,和善的

  【派】 malevolence n. 恶意,恶毒

  His angry glare gave away his malevolent intentions.

  malign: 有恶意的; Having or showing malice or ill will; malevolent

  1) to speak ill of, often falsely

  malign extol, laud, benevolent, charitable

  charitable : malign

  They maligned her academic record with false reports of her cheating.

  Synonyms: defame, misrepresent, slander

  (v.; adj.) to speak evil of; having an evil disposition toward others (opposite: benign)

  In her statement to the judge she maligned her soon-to-be ex-husband.

  She had such a malign personality that no one even tried to approach her, mostly out of fear.