malignity definition

  • noun:
    • excessive sick will or hatred; great malice.
    • An act or a feeling of great malice.
    • The condition or quality of becoming highly dangerous or damaging; deadliness.
    • the caliber of being malign or malignant; badness, evilness, monstrosity, depravity, maliciousness.
    • A non-benign cancer tumors; a malignancy.
    • The state or quality of becoming cancerous; personality to accomplish evil; virulent enmity; malignancy; malice; spite.
    • Virulence; lethal quality.
    • Extreme evilness of nature or impact; perniciousness; heinousness.
    • the type or state to be malign; extreme enmity or bad disposition toward another, continuing from baseness of heart; malice or malevolence; deep-rooted spite.
    • the standard of becoming malign or cancerous; extreme evilness; heinousness; particularly, in pathology, virulence; malignancy.
    • Synonyms Ill-will, Enmity (see animosity), maliciousness.
    • Destructiveness, deadliness.
    • top-notch becoming disposed to wicked; intense ill will
    • wanting evil to other individuals

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