Thesaurus / enmity

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It took me a long while to gather it; for we dared not openly ask, and the freetraders regarded me with enmity, if not with scorn.
THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAEROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
"There is neither friendliness nor enmity between the two peoples, as has been said," Lourenço stated.
THE PATHLESS TRAILARTHUR O. (ARTHUR OLNEY) FRIEL
Their friendship is likely to injure a public man more than their enmity.
A thousand dangers lurk on every side of her—from the enmity of woman, from the selfish cruelty of man.
But he had incurred the enmity of Sam Morton, the regular pitcher, and there were several clashes between them.
Friends met who had not done so for years, enemies accorded enemies bows of recognition ere they remembered their enmity.
THE HALF-BACKRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
Finally, the peace of Aix-la-Chapelle settled the enmity of the two nations for a time, and Madras was handed back to us.
JONES OF THE 64THF. S. (FREDERICK SADLEIR) BRERETON
But in spite of the enmity between the two families, little heed had of late been given to the defences.
THE BLACK TORGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
It seems to me all this was needed to bring us where we are—enmity and bitterness and grief.
ADRIENNE TONERANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK
Obscure or illustrious, pride wraps itself in its dark royalty of enmity to the human race.
THE SIMPLE LIFECHARLES WAGNER

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