Love and Malice


Love noun - A feeling of strong or constant regard for and dedication to someone.

Malice is an antonym for love in passion topic.

Nearby Words: loving, lovely, lover, loved, lovable


Malice noun - The desire to cause pain for the satisfaction of doing harm.
Usage example: there was no reason other than pure malice to spread such disgusting lies all over campus

Love is an antonym for malice in hate topic.

Nearby Word: malicious

How words are described

human human love human malice
particular particular love particular malice
perfect perfect love perfect malice
original original love original malice
Other adjectives: true, genuine, sheer, actual, real, little, general, apparent, less, greater.

Both words in one sentence

  • Love Potion Black Panther foe Nakia aka Malice uses a forbidden herb called Jufeiro to make men fall madly in love with her to the point of slavish devotion.
    Source: Love Potion
  • Hot Witch She starts out evil, wanting to seduce the engaged protagonist just out of pure malice but then falls in love with him after accidentally drinking the love potion she meant for him, triggering her High-Heel–Face Turn.
    Source: Hot Witch
  • Anime / Summer Wars It Amused Me: The characters note with some disgust that Love Machine isn't doing all this out of malice.
Cite this Source
Malice and Love. (2016). Retrieved 2022, June 29, from
Love & Malice. N.p., 2016. Web. 29 Jun. 2022. <>.
Malice or Love. 2016. Accessed June 29, 2022.
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