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  1. MALICE definition: 1. the wish to harm or upset other people: 2. To illegally harm someone with malice aforethought…. Learn more.

  2. noun [ U ] uk / ˈmæl.ɪs/ us / ˈmæl.ɪs/. Add to word list. the wish to harm or upset other people. maldad. There certainly wasn't any malice in her comments. Desde luego, no hubo malicia en sus comentarios. formal I bear him no malice (= do not want to harm or upset him). No le guardo rencor.

  3. Malice is the desire to cause harm, injury, or distress to another through an unlawful or wrongful act without justification or excuse. It can also mean the intent to commit an unlawful act or cause harm without legal justification or excuse, or the knowledge that defamatory statements are false. See synonyms, examples, etymology, and legal terms related to malice.

  4. bite the hand that feeds - malignity - pure evil - spitefulness - venom - viciousness - wickedly Spanish: alevosía - asesinato con ensañamiento - dolo - maldad - malicia - saña Synonyms: spite, rancor, animosity, hate, ill-feeling, more... Forum discussions with the word (s) "malice" in the title: dolo (eventual) - malice - legal