Now, it is seen as baleful.
"The Mercies" is infuriating, baleful, but full of stubborn hope.
They rolled their dumb baleful eyes at him and lowed, their udders straining and heavy with milk.
Then he turned toward the company: his gentle manner changed, and baleful lightnings began to play from his eyes.
In part, this is down to the escape from baleful ideology.
Iran’s baleful influence is making Iraq even more dysfunctional.
But their efforts have brought them into conflict with most Iranians, and have had baleful results.
The Supreme Court, for its part, appears unlikely to challenge the Administration’s baleful reasoning.
THE prudish wording of India’s colonial-era penal code of 1860 has long cast a baleful shadow over gay people.
The man who may help bring this about is Donald Trump, whose baleful shadow hangs over this vitally important election.
Ridding the world of a baleful individual and forcing Iran to curb its aggression really would be worthwhile achievements.
The DUP’s baleful influence over the shape of Brexit is gone, their deputy leader Nigel Dodds humiliatingly lost his seat to Sinn Féin.
Mr Martin expresses another concern: that Western cyber-armouries might be raided, with baleful consequences for civilian digital infrastructure.
When James got the screenplay, it was a schematic genre piece; his polish brought nuance to the marriage, gave Ben a spine, and made Morse even more baleful.
As a rule, someone whose failings were subordinate to their claim to greatness should stay, whereas someone whose main contribution to history was baleful should go.
They exercise a baleful influence on political discourse, he maintains, by taking a narrow view of humans as essentially selfish creatures, forever trying to maximise their own well-being.
I doubt that it was in line with your usual standards of prudence and civility to suggest, referring to Suleimani, that “ridding the world of a baleful individual” was a “worthwhile achievement”.
All the misfortunes of man, all the baleful reverses with which histories are filled, the blunders of politicians and the failures of great leaders, all of this is the result of not knowing how to dance.
Then all hell would break loose, and the whiplash tones of her voice would sharpen, her piano-playing would intensify, her baleful stares and brooding presence even softening into something like contentment.
Director Richard Jones emphasises the comic woebegone, both in the skimpy, rarely seen Rough for Theatre II – in which a florid Alan Cumming and a bureaucratic Daniel Radcliffe swap notes about a man threatening to jump from a window – and in Endgame, the baleful deathwatch drama, which is more pungent than the sanctified Waiting for Godot.
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Director Richard Jones emphasises the comic woebegone both in the skimpy rarely seen Rough for Theatre II – in which a florid Alan Cumming and a bureaucratic Daniel Radcliffe swap notes about a man threatening to jump from a window – and in Endgame the baleful deathwatch drama which is more pungent than the sanctified Waiting for Godot