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BAMS 2nd QTR Mal

malevolent having bad feelings toward someone or something; hateful; spiteful
malapropism using a word the wrong way, usually
malicious desiring to harm someone or something
malodorous having a bad smell
malady an illness; a bad health condition; a disease
malaria disease spread by mosquito bite – originally thought to be spread by bad air
malediction a curse; bad speech toward someone, a hex
malefactor a villain; one who does bad deeds
malignant bad or harmful; producing death
malpractice performing one’s job or duty wrong or in a bad way.
malversation bad behavior or misconduct in public office
maladroit marked by a lack of mental skill or cleverness; inept
malaise A vague feeling of bodily discomfort, at the beginning of an illness; A general sense of depression or unease
malnutrition poor nutrition
malfeasance misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
mal bad
ous having, full of, characterized by
dict saying or words
Created by: BAMS