antipathy[ an-tip-uh-thee ]SEE DEFINITION OF antipathy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTIPATHY
Probably Angus entertained some of the antipathy to Scotchmen which was peculiar to his age.
The very sentiments which I then expressed proclaimed my antipathy to the practice.
Perhaps this was because of his antipathy to M. Leandre and to the issue involved.
But let us come in earnest to those who have really had an antipathy to wine.
Both of you had an antipathy to him, and indeed I own to concurring in the sentiment.
He could not explain his antipathy to Mogridge, for it was he whom Angus had pointed out.
Some people cannot abide a pig, and Grulla's antipathy is a big Aura.
It puts me in a very equivocal position; I have such an antipathy to the man.
Kano's politeness could not hide, entirely, a shudder of antipathy.
And thus did I first become aware of the difference of races and their antipathy to each other.