antagonist[ an-tag-uh-nist ]SEE DEFINITION OF antagonist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTAGONIST
His intention was neither to kill nor to cripple his antagonist.
I turned to my antagonist--it seemed that a long time had passed since I last looked at him.
His antagonist was Dr. Gunning, ready, fluent, and impassioned.
He also saw that his antagonist was regarding him with a curious eye.
In the mind of each was growing a respect for his antagonist.
Was it possible so slight an antagonist could engulf the battle cruiser?
His only redress is forthwith to draw a circle outside of his antagonist.
What happens when a state has gained the mastery in battle over her antagonist?
You need not be alarmed, for this time you will only have me for an antagonist.
We are nominally inferior, but in reality superior, to our antagonist.