from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Evil disposition or inclination; ill-will; resentment; displeasure; spleen.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete Ill will; malice.
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From Anglo-Norman maltalent, Middle French maltalent, maltalant, from mal ("evil") + talent ("disposition").
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Such a bloody end would leave any decent girl feeling justifiably maltalent.
As one of the fathers of the Fair City, I command thee to forego all evil will and maltalent you may have against Master Pottingar Dwining.”
Fair City, I command thee to forego all evil will and maltalent you may have against Master Pottingar Dwining. "
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