Thesaurus / hostility

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Such government hostility toward people of faith has no place in a free society.

It claimed its armed forces had destroyed 26 Armenian tanks since the hostilities began on Sunday.

It’s a perfect storm of know-nothingism and just a general, always-on level of hostility.

Yet at the same time, renormalization’s hostility to microscopic details works against the efforts of modern physicists who are hungry for signs of the next realm down.

Long-term Dunedin data indicate, for instance, that undercontrolled kids provoked hostility in parents, peers and teachers.

In Coronado, however, an effort to reform school policies to improve the experiences of students of color is being met with hostility and opposition by a group that includes leaders of a local church.

They had shown in their convention a few weeks before their hostility to autonomy.

The History of Cuba, vol. 4Willis Fletcher Johnson

One sorrow approaches humiliation and hostility, and these thoughts have revived me.

For priests he had not a civil word; and they showed their sense of his hostility by getting him killed as soon as possible.

Although he had himself dreaded a good deal from the hostility of the Pottawattamie, he could have wished this deed undone.

Oak OpeningsJames Fenimore Cooper

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