niggardness, despitefulness, density, covetousness, concentration, nearness, stringency, cupidity, venomousness, rapacity, avarice, generosity, degeneracy, infamy, greed, beastliness, secretiveness, tightfistedness, constriction, quarreling, scolding, sneaking, poisonousness, penny-pinching, nobility, closeness, familiarity, compactness, spite, malignity, baseness, degradation, attitude, stealing, cheating, iniquity, corruptness, intimacy, disrepute, groveling, degrading, minginess, stuffiness, denseness, tautness, grasping, ill will, niggardliness, parsimoniousness, churlishness, debasement
malevolence (part of speech: noun)
foulness, venom, bane, hurtfulness, hatred, sinisterness, evil, bitterness, nastiness, animosity, maliciousness, ill nature, malice, antagonism, wickedness, viciousness, malignancy, virulence, malevolence, corrosiveness, cattiness, spitefulness, hatefulness
sullenness (part of speech: noun)
crossness, cynicism, moodiness, fretfulness, dourness, glumness, contrariness, grouchiness, grumpiness, petulance, unfriendliness, hostility, dejection, obstinacy, irascibility, gloominess, sullenness, darkness, long-facedness, moroseness, sourness, sulkiness, surliness, melancholy, cantankerousness, grimness, crabbiness
stinginess (part of speech: noun)
- If there is one thing a Christian soul recoils from, it is meanness- of action, of thought, of judgment. - "Warlock o' Glenwarlock", George MacDonald.
- Think of the dreadful meanness and baseness of what you will have to acknowledge. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
- The habits of tyranny, meanness, and falsehood, which children acquire from living with bad servants, are scarcely ever conquered in the whole course of their future lives. - "The Parent's Assistant", Maria Edgeworth.