Definitions

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  • adj. Not malicious.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not malicious or spiteful

Etymologies

un- +‎ malicious (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • No, simpler, light-come and light-go, passionate and forgetful, like children, and all the time South Pacific, that is to say unmalicious and good-tempered.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • Do you think the victims of racial discrimination will care how logical and unmalicious were your motives for setting up an objectively racist regime?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Libertarianism, Federalism, and Racism

  • Norman was my line manager, and he was a decent man, quietly desperate but unmalicious.

    Nostalgia Bulletin « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • Toomes, startled, flashed one of his rare unmalicious smiles.

    The Sinister Six Combo

  • “Christ, Richard, abducting females?” asked the man from the rock, eyes dancing with unmalicious mockery.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Thinking back, he believed that her crime against her son had been unthinking and unmalicious, a casual product of curiosity and boredom.

    Dearly Beloved

  • Sky blue sauce is a cream sauce tinted green with herbs; the donkey droppings are veal birds; the unmalicious eggs are, although tasty, basically just creamed hard-boiled eggs.

    Savoring The Past

  • He is also an indescribably mild and unmalicious child.

    Death at an Early Age

  • The stranger studied Wingate's bloodshot eyes and puffy, unwashed face with detached but unmalicious interest.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

  • A long cigarette holder jutted permanently from one corner of a wide mouth, widened still more by a smile which suggested unmalicious amusement at the worst that life, or men, could do.

    The Past Through Tomorrow

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