Amiable and Malevolent


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Amiable adjective – Having an easygoing and pleasing manner especially in social situations.
Malevolent is an antonym for amiable.
Nearby Words: amiability, amiably
Antonyms for Amiable


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Malevolent adjective – Having or showing a desire to cause someone pain or suffering for the sheer enjoyment of it.
Usage example: the novel grossly oversimplified the conflict as a struggle between relentlessly malevolent villains on one side and faultless saints on the other

Amiable is an antonym for malevolent in topics: spiteful, hateful.
Nearby Words: malevolence, malevolently
Antonyms for Malevolent
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Things that words describes

character amiable character malevolent character
nature amiable nature malevolent nature
creature amiable creature malevolent creature
form amiable form malevolent form
Other nouns: example, personality, monster, demon, beings, intentions.

Both words in one sentence

  • From the Show Within a Show we have Scratchy of Itchy And Scratchy, the perfectly amiable and good-natured cat whose sole reason for existing is to be the perpetual victim of the psychopathic, needlessly malevolent whims of the brutal mouse Itchy.
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Malevolent and Amiable. (2016). Retrieved 2021, June 18, from
Amiable & Malevolent. N.p., 2016. Web. 18 Jun. 2021. <>.
Malevolent or Amiable. 2016. Accessed June 18, 2021.

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