antipathy


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a feeling of intense dislike

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the object of a feeling of intense aversion

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A nurturance hypothesis suggests that a vulnerable target will elicit empathy regardless of need severity or kinship, and antipathy has been proposed to reduce prosocial motives and helping, but these have not been tested within the egoism-altruism debate.
I respect the elections that took place in Greece and the Greek Prime Minister holds my every respect as does every head of state and government around the Council table" with the Portuguese leader describing his position towards Tsipras as "neither sympathy nor antipathy.
One of the readerly pleasures of Occult Knowledge is repeatedly encountering moments in which characters cannot explain their actions (or those of others), but can only presume an invisible force of sympathetic attraction or, to the contrary, an unseen antipathy.
as moment that antipathy fair rights 'I hold no antipathy towards badgers, though I don't fall for their faux stripy-faced charm.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Okinawa on Tuesday and Wednesday to stump for his ruling party's upper house election candidates in the southernmost prefecture, where public antipathy has grown toward the government's U.
With apparent mutual antipathy, they face the charges together, almost obscured by everyone in the court.
CDATA[ A Jenin Arabas antipathy is replaced by appreciation after his sonas life is saved in HaEmek Hospital in Afula.
MANY voters'' response to the election seems to be moving from apathy to antipathy, from policy to personality.
General Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank said that Mr Brown's admission that he cut military spending in real terms rather than increased it, as he told the inquiry demonstrated his antipathy towards the Armed Forces.
Nevertheless we felt a touch less antipathy to the scheme than on our daytime visits.
The decision sends out two signals: No matter how badly people believe the relationship between Everton and Liverpool fans has deteriorated in recent years, it's nowhere near the level of antipathy which exists up in the north-east.
But block voting in eastern Europe and antipathy towards the UK has hampered our chances in recent years.
Each of these examples is designed to show how the antipathy victorious northerners felt toward vanquished southerners in the early Reconstruction period gradually became the antipathy that whites felt for nonwhites.
This would explain his antipathy, to say the least, for all things Welsh, since, being a Scot, he wouldn't understand the concept of Welsh indentity.
Despite antipathy from "nasty, noisy negativists," this physicist/ lecturer has been seriously investigating UFOs since the Roswell, New Mexico incident of an alleged U.