antipathetic

[ an-ti-puh-thet-ik or an-ti-puh-thet-i-kuh l; an-tip-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF antipathetic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTIPATHETIC

It is antipathetic to him not only as a philosopher, but also as a great writer.

At all times the North had fretted under the antipathetic yoke of the South.

She had never seen the lady before, and even now she did not find her antipathetic.

In all relations Ralegh was antipathetic to James without consciousness of it.

The whole place and everything about it was antipathetic to her.

You help me to think that they are not born offenders, antipathetic to the human mind.

Cornélie was glad to meet at the hotel a Dutch element that was not antipathetic.

Such men exist, antipathetic to the Marbridges of the world.

And even apart from that the ideals of the two men were antipathetic.

To Anglicans like Cranmer, Knox, from the first, was as antipathetic as they were to him.

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