Thesaurus / antipathy

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Australia experienced the sharpest spike in antipathy, with 81% of respondents saying they view China unfavorably, up 24 percentage points from last year.
He was particularly disliked by Macaulay, who never lost an opportunity of venting his antipathy by attacks upon him.
Moreover, he was intuitive enough to feel her antipathy toward him on purely general grounds.
Still further, there had begun to grow up at the North a political party whose sole bond of union was antipathy to slavery.
It occurred to me that once or twice I had seen her eyes fixed on Hungerford inquisitively, and not free from antipathy.
Everybody can mark these errors; a few cannot overcome their antipathy, and so lose a great deal of pleasure.
ESSAYS IN LITTLEANDREW LANG
The females, moreover, are known occasionally to234 exhibit a marked preference or antipathy for certain individual males.
Her antipathy towards the late baronet had seemed to suggest a motive for the crime.
How the women of the locality learned of his antipathy to sweeping, either in or out of doors, is not known.
WALT WHITMAN IN MICKLE STREETELIZABETH LEAVITT KELLER
He certainly had more than his share of antipathy toward all reptiles, for he never let an opportunity to kill one escape him.

WORDS RELATED TO ANTIPATHY

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