Noun(1) a state of deep-seated ill-will(2) the feeling of a hostile person
(1) Years of hatred and enmity were unleashed in the suicidal battle over Mongolia.(2) It was a military truce, but of course the political enmity persisted.(3) Their feud dates back almost two centuries with a level of enmity that has only gathered strength over the passing years.(4) Blood is shed everywhere and millions perish as victims of enmity .(5) I promise to refrain from taking part in feuds and quarrels and from creating enmity .(6) The two debates engaged major personalities in the discipline and a similar degree of enmity and venom.(7) The gaiety with which they had set out had somehow vanished; and yet there was no enmity or malice between them.(8) This was also brought on by the bitter enmity between many players and their employers.(9) At least, we don't feel enmity toward fellow human beings very often.(10) What are the sources of enmity against us, and how could those sources be reduced?(11) There he drove home his message that this had to be the focus if the decades of enmity between the countries were to be ended.(12) The locals said the family has no strong enmity with the accused.(13) decades of enmity between the two countries(14) There had been a few attempts to sedate enmity in advance.(15) By far the person radiating the most resentment and enmity was Will.(16) Further change may even see the disappearance of religious enmity from our press boxes - or maybe that's too much to ask.
1. hostility ::
1. amity ::
Different Formsenmities, enmity
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