antagonism

Part of speech: noun

Opposition; hostility.

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Usage examples "antagonism":

  1. There was antagonism between them. - "The Trespasser", D.H. Lawrence.
  2. When they are abroad, truth and error will be thrown into antagonism. - "Rome, Turkey and Jerusalem", Edward Hoare.
  3. He seemed aware of her secret antagonism, yet without resentment, waiting till it had died down before he spoke again. - "The Romantic", May Sinclair.