enmity

[ en-mi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF enmity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENMITY

His enmity to the working classes made him extremely unpopular.

I have no enmity to these ladies; I only despise them, or rather, their follies and their faults.

"I think her friendship more to be dreaded than her enmity," replied Belinda.

What rendered him yet dearer to us, was that there was enmity between him and Mrs. Mitchell.

The Countess retired with feelings embittered against her royal mistress, and her annoyance in the sequel ripened into enmity.

For they did not attack one another out of malice or enmity, but they were unfortunate.

To be impartial might mean not to side absolutely with Weald in its enmity to blueskins.

Miss Howes cautioned Imogene against arousing the Parkers' enmity.

Well I know that many colonies have been, and will be, at enmity with their parents.

The enmity of the Minister was the fruit of political warfare?

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