hostility

[ ho-stil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF hostility

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There she always finishes her hostility by making some solid acquisition.

There is hostility to it still, but mild as compared with that felt by our great-great-grandfathers.

The hostility to this seemingly harmless teaching was of the most intense.

Instantly, Martin's cordiality vanished; his hostility toward her surged.

All the animals in the creation are more or less in a state of hostility with each other.

Yet again the feeling that was almost like hostility returned.

How are we to account for a hostility so determined, and that can stoop so low?

There was never a hint of hostility, never a trace of resentment or envy.

Of these was Wolverstone, who at once proclaimed his hostility.

The only agents were your uncle's hostility and his own obstinacy which would not study compromise.

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