antagonize

[ an-tag-uh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF antagonize

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We do not know where we are nor who they are, but we must do nothing to antagonize them.

Profits as a goal for the long run do not antagonize moral principles.

What possessed the woman to antagonize everyone with whom she came in touch?

Thoroughly angry, Hillard was not a happy man to antagonize.

Such patriotism as this, we may say, does not antagonize internationalism.

It might antagonize all his party, as he is one of the most influential of the local bosses.

It is death to those who antagonize it, and it is death to them that uphold it.

And then, too, we can't afford to antagonize the Gehan Federation.

You felt that you could not afford to antagonize Mr. Sawyer.

First, how can temperance work "antagonize the interests of the Company?"

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