animosity

[ an-uh-mos-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF animosity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANIMOSITY

The strong contrast, and much of the animosity, remain to-day.

Not that I had any animosity toward him, but so as to meet him on his own ground.

And he put a remarkable amount of animosity into his guarded exclamation.

The wren, after satisfying its animosity, returned to the beam.

I shall not abandon you, and be sure their animosity cannot prevail.

His temperament was as free from hardness and animosity as can be imagined.

We have no animosity against the South or against Southern people.

But the animosity towards the Jews must not appear too sudden and unwarranted.

The Governor's animosity towards the Jews now became manifest.

In vain the preacher sought to break down the barrier of her animosity.

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