with malice prepense

  • 1 Malice prepense — malice mal ice (m[a^]l [i^]s), n. [F. malice, fr. L. malitia, from malus bad, ill, evil, prob. orig., dirty, black; cf. Gr. me las black, Skr. mala dirt. Cf. {Mauger}.] 1. Enmity of heart; malevolence; ill will; a spirit delighting in harm or… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 malice prepense — Same as malice aforethought. See with malice aforethought …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 3 malice — mal ice (m[a^]l [i^]s), n. [F. malice, fr. L. malitia, from malus bad, ill, evil, prob. orig., dirty, black; cf. Gr. me las black, Skr. mala dirt. Cf. {Mauger}.] 1. Enmity of heart; malevolence; ill will; a spirit delighting in harm or misfortune …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 Malice aforethought — malice mal ice (m[a^]l [i^]s), n. [F. malice, fr. L. malitia, from malus bad, ill, evil, prob. orig., dirty, black; cf. Gr. me las black, Skr. mala dirt. Cf. {Mauger}.] 1. Enmity of heart; malevolence; ill will; a spirit delighting in harm or… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 malice — The intentional doing of a wrongful act without just cause or excuse, with an intent to inflict an injury or under circumstances that the law will imply an evil intent. A condition of mind which prompts a person to do a wrongful act willfully,… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 6 malice — The intentional doing of a wrongful act without just cause or excuse, with an intent to inflict an injury or under circumstances that the law will imply an evil intent. A condition of mind which prompts a person to do a wrongful act willfully,… …

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  • 7 Homicide — • Signifies, in general, the killing of a human being. In practice, however, the word has come to mean the unjust taking away of human life, perpetrated by one distinct from the victim and acting in a private capacity Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin …

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  • 8 Cursing — • In its popular acceptation cursing is often confounded, especially in the phrase cursing and swearing , with the use of profane and insulting language; in canon law it sometimes signifies the ban of excommunication pronounced by the Church… …

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  • 9 harmfully — Synonyms and related words: balefully, banefully, corrodingly, corrosively, counterproductively, damagingly, deleteriously, detrimentally, disadvantageously, disserviceably, hatefully, hurtfully, in spite, iniquitously, injuriously, invidiously,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 10 malevolently — Synonyms and related words: balefully, banefully, corrodingly, corrosively, counterproductively, damagingly, deleteriously, detrimentally, disadvantageously, disserviceably, harmfully, hatefully, hurtfully, in spite, iniquitously, injuriously,… …

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  • 11 maliciously — Synonyms and related words: balefully, harmfully, hatefully, in spite, iniquitously, invidiously, maleficently, malevolently, malignantly, meanly, nastily, noxiously, ornerily, spitefully, wickedly, with bad intent, with malice aforethought, with …

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  • 12 malignantly — Synonyms and related words: balefully, banefully, corrodingly, corrosively, counterproductively, damagingly, deleteriously, detrimentally, disadvantageously, disserviceably, harmfully, hatefully, hurtfully, in spite, iniquitously, injuriously,… …

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  • 13 meanly — Synonyms and related words: abjectly, abominably, arrantly, atrociously, balefully, basely, closefistedly, commonly, contemptibly, despicably, execrably, flagrantly, foully, grossly, harmfully, hatefully, heinously, illiberally, in spite,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 14 maliciously — adv cruelly, viciously, brutally, harshly, meanly, malignantly; spitefully, resentfully, nastily, hatefully, wickedly; deliberately, with evil intent, with malice aforethought, with malice prepense, Sl. acci dentally on purpose …

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  • 15 Henry Bedingfeld — Sir Henry Bedingfeld (1509 x 1511 ndash; 1583), of Oxburgh Hall, King s Lynn, Norfolk,was the eldest son of Sir Edmund Bedingfield (1479/80 1553) and his wife, Grace (d. in or after 1553), the daughter of Henry, first Baron Marney.… …

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  • 16 Murder — Mur der (m[^u]r d[ e]r), n. [OE. morder, morther, AS. mor[eth]or, fr. mor[eth] murder; akin to D. moord, OS. mor[eth], G., Dan., & Sw. mord, Icel. mor[eth], Goth. ma[ u]r[thorn]r, OSlav. mr[=e]ti to die, Lith. mirti, W. marw dead, L. mors, mortis …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 17 felonious — a. 1. Malignant, malign, malicious, villanous, nefarious, infamous, heinous, atrocious, cruel, felon. 2. Perfidious, traitorous, base, disloyal. 3. (Law.) Deliberately criminal, criminal, with malice prepense …

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • 18 malitia praecogitata — Malice aforethought; malice prepense; evil intended beforehand. See 4 Bl Comm 198 200. See with malice aforethought …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 19 Malevolence — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Malevolence >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 malevolence malevolence Sgm: N 1 bad intent bad intent bad intention Sgm: N 1 unkindness unkindness diskindness Sgm: N 1 ill nature ill nature ill will ill blood …

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  • 20 Literary references to Nainital — The town of Nainital (in British times Naini Tal or Nynee Tal), India was founded in 1841 by P. Barron, a sugar trader from Shahjahanpur. By 1846 the church St John s in the Wilderness was founded and a hill station had begun to flourish. Among… …

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