Thesaurus / animosity

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Conservatives have long lobbied for the Postal Service to give way to private and market options and now, the president’s animosity to mail-in voting has fueled conspiracy theories that he is trying to suppress votes.
Since 1994, Pew Research Center has asked Americans about the amount of partisan animosity they held.
WHAT HAPPENED IN PORTLAND SHOWS JUST HOW FRAGILE OUR DEMOCRACY ISMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)AUGUST 5, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The house of lords meanwhile was not free from animosity and contention.
He has some reason for his animosity to all the men, and to one woman of your family.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 5 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
The animosity with which the patrician order was regarded was inflamed by the arts and the eloquence of Seymour.
When he opposed the purchase of Louisiana it looks as if he allowed his animosity for Jefferson to put his judgment in chancery.
Japan did not desire either to increase the animosity of her enemy or to lose the sympathy of her allies.
How must they all bow their diminished heads before a man who fed his animosity fat with tens of thousands of lives.
These are opportunities for animosity which occur the oftener the more frequent elections become.
In New York only a few days, it was hard for Susan to separate fact from fiction, truth from rumor and animosity.

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