Definition of Malefactions

1. Noun. (plural of malefaction) ¹



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Definition of Malefactions

1. malefaction [n] - See also: malefaction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Malefactions

maledict
maledicta
maledicta balloon
maledicta balloons
maledicted
maledicting
malediction
maledictions
maledictory
maledicts
maledight
maledights
maleevite
malefaction
malefactions (current term)
malefactor
malefactors
malefactour
malefactours
malefactress
malefactresses
malefeasance
malefeasances
malefic
malefice
maleficence
maleficences
maleficent
malefices

Literary usage of Malefactions

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1. Pedagogical Articles: Linen-measurer by Leo Tolstoy, Leo Wiener (1905)
"The disciplined army is the means with which they can through other people's hands commit the greatest malefactions, and the ability to do so subjugates the ..."

2. Works by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"The disciplined army is the means with which they can through other people's hands commit the greatest malefactions, and the ability to do so subjugates the ..."

3. The Metropolitan (1838)
"malefactions?" interrupted Lady Lovell, with a look of amazement. " It hath been deposed by credible witnesses to the magistrates of Oakham, ..."

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