inimical

[ ih-nim-i-kuhl or ih-nim-i-kuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF inimical
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Wealth is not inimical to welfare; it ought to be its friendliest agency.

When Pausanias remarks that personal attachments are inimical to despots.

"You appear to be inimical to money," the Angel interjected, with a penetrating look.

That order of feeling was comprehensible enough to the most inimical of my critics.

Grimness was in every feature, and to its very bowels the inimical shape was desolation.

They were huge, and ugly, and alien, but they were not inimical to humans.

She looked at him helplessly, so attractive and so inimical to her.

They are not hostile to employers, not inimical to the interests of the general public.

At noon a large crowd had gathered, composed of those most inimical to the strangers.

It is not only when criticism is inimical that I object to it, but also when it is incompetent.

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