Malicious definition is - having or showing a desire to cause harm to someone : given to, marked by, or arising from malice. How to use malicious in a sentence. malicious, malevolent, and malice
Malicious definition, full of, characterized by, or showing malice; intentionally harmful; spiteful: malicious gossip. See more.
Directed by Ian Corson. With Molly Ringwald, John Vernon, Patrick McGaw, Mimi Kuzyk. A medical student, obsessed with her school's star baseball player, pursues him and finally manages to get him to spend the weekend with her. However, when he soon returns to his girlfriend, her anger at his "betrayal" causes her to go over the edge and places both her ex-lover's and his girlfriend's lives in ...
- Ian Corson
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One day, at dinner, this malicious little cub was so nettled with something I had said to him, that, raising himself upon the frame of her majesty's chair, he took me up by the middle, as I was sitting down, not thinking any harm, and let me drop into a large silver bowl of cream, and then ran away as fast as he could.
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Goofs There's no such thing as an American university that's short on qualified teaching staff in the the math department, as Dr. Clark said. There are so few tenure-track teaching jobs left that there would be major competition for prof. Pierce's position, no matter how haunted the faculty housing was, and no matter how many parapsychology courses the head of the math department taught.
- Michael Winnick
Dark and disturbing, Malicious is a creepy and atmospheric horror film. After having a miscarriage a young wife begins to see evil spirits, which starts a rift between her and her skeptic husband.
- Michael Winnick
- Impossible Dream Entertainment
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Malicious. Involving malice; characterized by wicked or mischievous motives or intentions. An act done maliciously is one that is wrongful and performed willfully or intentionally, and without legal justification.