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Definition of malice

malice

  • Just a different way to use the word Malice that is a very popular word around high school.
    The other team maliced us hardcore!

    Last edited on Feb 02 1998. Submitted by The NoToRiOuS R.E.G. from Boston, MA, USA on Feb 02 1998.

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