1(ill will)mala intención femeninomaldad femeninohe did it without malice — lo hizo sin mala intención
- Callaghan did not act out of any malice or evil intent.
- The tiny smile held no malice, no spite, but not much warmth either.
- There are those who have tainted their blood with evil and malice.
- His words are spoken quickly, but there is no evidence of direct malice in his tone.
- Slaughter's words don't imply malice or callousness or even apathy.
- Meanwhile, the red eyes were still there, glittering and watching in malice and evil.
- His voice had shock in it but it was still with malice in his voice.
- The man before us smiled warmly before showing us a toothy grin of pure malice and evil.
- He bore no malice, his aura was tinged slightly with regret, pain and longing.
- Courtney's playful behavior dropped and pure malice settled over her pixie like features.
- She said carefully, though the malice in her tone wasn't easy to hide.
- There was such malice in her voice that Cat involuntarily took a step back.
- In other words, the NPR broadcast was motivated by sheer malice, based on political disagreement.
- This time, the devastation resulted not from the malice of evil men, but from the fury of water and wind.
- His eyes did not hold the malice they held that day in the forest.
- If you scratch the surface, you will see a planet riddled with malice and evil.
- The big one just stared and the little one maintained that there was no malice intended.
- He took a step closer to her, a mocking malice in his eyes.
- Yelled Lori, with pure malice in her eyes.
- Very often I was motivated by malice, but that is not the point.
2Derechodolo (penal) masculinointención delictuosa femenino
- Even the doctrine of transferred malice can be used.
- The privilege could nevertheless be defeated if actual malice was proved by the plaintiff.
- Consequently it limited the damages in such cases unless the plaintiff proved actual malice.
- Similarly the doctrine of transferred malice applies to the liability of accessories.
- Nevertheless, the prosecution can contend that the doctrine of transferred malice applies.