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  • bear someone malice — (or ill will) [with negative] wish someone harm …   Useful english dictionary

  • bear someone malice (or ill will) — wish someone harm. → bear …   English new terms dictionary

  • malice — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ pure ▪ actual (law) VERB + MALICE ▪ bear (sb) (esp. BrE), hold ▪ He bore me no malice …   Collocations dictionary

  • bear — bear1 verb (past bore; past participle borne) 1》 carry or convey.     ↘have as an attribute or visible mark. 2》 support (a weight). 3》 [with negative] manage to tolerate: I can t bear it. 4》 give birth to (a child).     ↘(of a tree or plant)… …   English new terms dictionary

  • malice — malice, ill will, malevolence, spite, despite, malignity, malignancy, spleen, grudge denote a feeling or a state of mind which leads one to desire that another or others should suffer pain or injury. Malice usually implies a deep seated and,… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Malice (comics) — Malice is the name of four separate fictional comic book supervillains in the Marvel Comics universe. The original Malice was a minion of Killmonger, an enemy of Black Panther. The second was a short lived Ghost Rider villain. The last two… …   Wikipedia

  • bear malice — index alienate (estrange), discriminate (treat differently), mistreat, resent Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 20 …   Law dictionary

  • bear — bear1 W1 [beə US ber] v past tense bore [bo: US bo:r] past participle borne [bo:n US bo:rn] [T] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(deal with something)¦ 2 can t bear something 3 bear (something) in mind 4¦(accept/be responsible for)¦ 5¦(support)¦ 6¦(sign/mark)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • malice — n. 1) to bear malice towards 2) (legal) with malice aforethought * * * [ mælɪs] (legal) with malice aforethought to bear malice towards …   Combinatory dictionary

  • bear — bear1 /bair/, v., bore or (Archaic) bare; borne or born; bearing. v.t. 1. to hold up; support: to bear the weight of the roof. 2. to hold or remain firm under (a load): The roof will not bear the strain of his weight. 3. to bring forth ( …   Universalium

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