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baleful (adjective), more baleful, most baleful
1. Referring to something being threatening in a harmful way; dangerous, menacing, or detrimental: The use of drugs has had a baleful impact on many people around the world.
2. Characterized by appearing to be ominous or posing a destructive threat: The winter weather report presented the most baleful possibility of impending danger and a threat of serious harm to several areas of the country.

The baleful clouds and the weather forecasts indicated that a powerful hurricane named "Sandy" could cause significant demolition and wreckage for many people.

Harmful and deadly.
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Intending harm or evil.
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Deadly intent.
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An evil and harmful act.
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Referring to harmful threats or causing detrimental or destructive activities. (4)