Having or exerting a malignant influence.(adjective)
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Use "malefic" in a sentence
""malefic" -- he would hate their gravity and purity, and feel for them that raging envy which is the tribute that virtue receives from vice."
"Mars is in this instance considered a 'malefic' trigger for the larger configuration of slower planets."
"King, "and Saturn, the angel of the church of Philadelphia, are astrologically known as malefic planets."