Sentence for malign | Use malign in a sentence

Malign in a sample sentence. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use malign in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for malign.

  • The fancy was full of suggestion, malign, fateful, heroic! (1)
  • Again he directs his eyes forward; they slowly traverse that malign and awful crest. (1)
  • He was sure they were arranged in some order which had a secret and malign significance. (1)
  • The eyes were no longer merely luminous points; they looked into his own with a meaning, a malign significance. (1)
  • Dense masses of smoke hung amid the darting snakes of fire, and a red malign light was on the neighbouring leafage. (10)

Also see sentences for: hateful, hostile, inimical, malicious, malignant, reproach, slander.

Definition of malign:

  • malign, ma-ln’, adj. of an evil disposition towards others: malicious: unfavourable. | v.t. to speak evil of: (_obs._) to treat with malice. | ns. malign’er; malig’nity, state or quality of being malign: great hatred, virulence: deadly quality. | adv. malign’ly. | n. malign’ment. (0)

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