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He obeyed without remark, though with an unsteady voice, as he uttered communications he knew were so hostile to her expectation.
We met like hostile bulls, and wonder not that we should plunge at once upon each other's horns!
He was a good judge of men, that eagle-faced major; he knew that the slightest move with hostile intent would mean a smoking gun.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Then affairs almost reached the point where the province was in hostile array, one side against another.
She knew that Alessandro had no knife, and had gone forward with no hostile intent; but she knew nothing beyond that.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
Gas, it is clear, could not be carried into a hostile country or into remote and nearly inaccessible districts.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
Those who approve of their polity countenance what is hostile to his government, and thus act as his enemies.
He consequently became as hostile to the doctrines of the Church as he was to the institutions of the state.
The Confederate government had considered the action a hostile act and had acted accordingly.
And there was as much consternation and as much bustle of preparation, as if the fleet of England had entered in a hostile manner.

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