antipathetic

Part of speech: adjective

Having antipathy; naturally repugnant.

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Usage examples "antipathetic":

  1. Even thus early he felt antipathetic; yet, when they were seated at dinner, and had an opportunity of observing her at leisure, he could not deny that she was handsome, in a striking, queenly sort of way; but he thought her complexion was too pale, and, at times, when off her guard, a worn- out, harassed look came over her face, and a tinge of melancholy clouded her dark eyes. - "The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood", Arthur Griffiths.
  2. She had never seen the lady before, and even now she did not find her antipathetic. - "Patsy", S. R. Crockett.
  3. To the modern, Poussin is somewhat antipathetic by reason of his scholarly aloofness and insensibility to the passions and actualities of life. - "The Story of Paris", Thomas Okey.