GNU Webster's 1913
- n. malice previously and deliberately entertained.
- n. (law) criminal intent; the thoughts and intentions behind a wrongful act (including knowledge that the act is illegal); often at issue in murder trials
- Translating Anglo-Norman malice prepensé. (Wiktionary)
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