One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In a manner characterized by malice or ill will; with intent to do harm.‘proof that the defendant acted maliciously’‘a maliciously constructed website’
- ‘If we wanted to maliciously attack somebody, we'd do a better job of it.’
- ‘In some instances, malcontents may pass on proprietary information maliciously.’
- ‘Do I think this was done maliciously and unfairly?’
- ‘You can talk about my children all you want, but don't lie maliciously and viciously about them.’
- ‘The exploit works by sending an email containing such a maliciously formed compressed archive to an intended victim.’
- ‘Your employee could say something potentially libelous, whether maliciously or accidentally.’
- ‘The further the excavation goes, the more events seem to spiral maliciously out of control, growing continuously more sinister.’
- ‘We would have people maliciously pull fire alarms to get us to come.’
- ‘The suit goes on to say that they have refused to retract the article and are "instead maliciously standing by the bogus story."’
- ‘The game will not be disrupted or maliciously destroyed by the decision of a player to leave the game prematurely.’
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