antagonism

[ an-tag-uh-niz-uhm ]SEE DEFINITION OF antagonism

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The two men, formerly friends, were evidently in antagonism now.

And stranger still—why should he put himself in antagonism to its success?

There were other reasons for the antagonism of Plato to poetry.

We write from aspiration and antagonism, as well as from experience.

Despite this antagonism, there exists a deep attachment to the royal house.

There is a progression by antagonism of two opposite aspects of philosophy.

Yet incidentally the antagonism between Socrates and the Sophists is allowed to appear.

It was not a feeling of antagonism, exactly, but more of defiance, of obstinacy.

His antagonism to his father spurred him to a prouder carriage.

For the once, Thayer had made no effort to avoid rousing his antagonism.

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