In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(grin) malévolo(fate/deity) maligno
- The 1996 World Cup was a marker of this new, malevolent mood of the cricket fan.
- And this is the case with Dr Octopus who is only temporarily controlled by a malevolent force.
- Even more than the words in the previous paragraph, it suggests an evil, malevolent intelligence at work.
- As a witness of the last days of this cruel and malevolent regime, Downfall is clear-eyed and unsentimental.
- Uncle John's brand of organised chaos may well be governed by these malevolent forces.
- Fratricidal war paved the way for malevolent elements to become brokers.
- He has the fierce, malevolent eyes of a demon, deep, red, and sharklike.
- It was a vicious and malevolent piece of work which was designed to smash the marriage into pieces.
- All are threatened with destruction by the malevolent but likable Coyote.
- That evil is malevolent violence, a curse that is the bane of our human existence.
- She had become this all pervading, evil and malevolent influence on my family and life.
- That whatever malevolent forces had been unleashed could not harm me personally for this very reason.
- For many years, it saw only the darkest of evil, bathed in the malevolent glow of hellfire.
- Can simple coincidence explain these developments, or are more malevolent forces at work?
- From the resultant penalty, Wood went for goal, but on this occasion the malevolent wind steered the ball off target.
- While there is much that is wonderful, nature and man frequently prove malevolent forces.
- There might even be a prankster, a malevolent force, or a god who chooses to interfere.
- It's important to remember that the elementals were not supposed to be evil or malevolent, just not human.
- Its intentions are always malevolent and they are the brave warriors who hope to break the system down with almost anyone's help.
- Another spot on the grass which will darken to a malevolent green and then die over-winter, requiring seeding.
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