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Their lives were malignly regulated down to the smallest detail.
That anyone malignly oriented is still on his trail.
The mountains seemed to press in on them malignly, even when their way opened enough for a score of men or more to ride abreast.
He smiled malignly down at the party aboard the Skyland, and for a long moment no one spoke.
Hunger and disease then malignly feed off each other, leaving the invisible poor to die in invisible numbers.
An enormous black cat had made a home for itself in the centre of the display, and blinked slowly if malignly up at Rebus.
He could see nothing in the darkness, but he distinctly felt a presence - an invisible, intangible intelligence which hovered malignly near him.
But insidiously, malignly insane.
Then, turning to the emperor, he added malignly: "Think not that I have done with thee, however, or that doom is yet consummate."
They were enormous, as large in the body as a child's palm, with disgustingly hairy legs that folded under them malignly when they rested.
Knot knew it was merely a meteorological phenomenon, transporting air from the warm sea to the cooler land, channeling swiftly up the cliff, but it certainly seemed malignly purposeful.
The dancers begin Robert Battle's "Stages" as black-robed, ghostly totems and end this new piece as hunched and malignly humorous as Paul Taylor trolls.
Glowering with jealousy at the presence of Raoul Coupain, whom he suspected of being a favored rival, Reynard seated himself in silence and stared malignly at the flirtatious couple.
This creature, stretching his murky wings and clacking his saw-like beak, abandoned his perch and hung poised in air with one ember-colored eye malignly fixed on Ralibar Vooz.
McComas's short-circuited red eyes focused malignly on him, and he searched for a cutting, tearing, oral return remark; while he did so, Ely said all at once, "Here comes Miss Rae."
But then we saw the pictures, heard the testimony, visited the camps and saw the gaping, open ovens, already bedecked with flowers and wreaths, silently, malignly waiting as if biding time before firing up again on a moment's command.
The whole apparatus had the air of some mysterious living entity - a super-machine endowed with sentience and with intellect; and the three-tiered head with its chill eyes appeared to watch us malignly and inscrutably like a metal Argus.
When the party again took up the march around the southern end of the pool the owner of the eyes followed them--large, round eyes, almost expressionless except for a certain cold cruelty which glinted malignly from under their pale gray irises.
The slant-eyed merchant had now prodded Carter into a great domed space whose walls were carved in shocking bas-reliefs, and whose centre held a gaping circular pit surrounded by six malignly stained stone altars in a ring.
Think not that Death malignly waits, A weapon of the hostile Fates, To stike the sinner down; 'Tis but a link in Nature's plan To join succeding growths of man, And life complete to crown.
When, two days after my frightful crawl through that crypt of the eyes and claw, I learned that a thing had malignly hovered twenty miles away at the same instant the eyes were glaring at me, I experienced virtual convulsions of fright.
But it also shows the ways that the vibrant, endlessly inventive street culture of the South Bronx and other blighted, malignly neglected parts of the city was spilling over boundaries of neighborhood, ethnicity and class and finding surprising connections and affinities elsewhere.
Virtually all of Bierce's tales are tales of horror; and whilst many of them treat only of the physical and psychological horrors within Nature, a substantial proportion admit the malignly supernatural and form a leading element in America's fund of weird literature.
One cannot easily translate these pejorative suffixes into English: they are a malignly ingenious way of turning an otherwise perfectly inoffensive name into an inherently insulting one, of saying James , for instance, in such a sneering way that no add-on adjectives are needed to convey your obvious but unspecified disdain.
It was a scene from a vision of Fuseli, and over all the rest reigned that riot of luminous amorphousness, that alien and undimensioned rainbow of cryptic poison from the well - seething, feeling, lapping, reaching, scintillating, straining, and malignly bubbling in its cosmic and unrecognizable chromaticism.