hostility


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a hostile (very unfriendly) disposition

a state of deep-seated ill-will

violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked

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The people of Jammu and Kashmir are the worst victims of the hostility between the two neighbouring countries.
When such arguing becomes scripted and involves distributive actions or maladaptive sequences such as demand/withdraw, counter-complaining, and mutual hostility (e.
The best situation is certainly when there Is no hostility but, if your boss is hostile, there appears to be benefits to reciprocating.
He urged the prime ministers of India and Pakistan to discuss issues on table to " end the hostility in the region.
Nonetheless, Religious Hostility provides thought-provoking grist for substantive discussions about religious hostility and civility.
Results for strong social hostility such as anti-Semitic attacks, assaults by Muslims on churches and Buddhist agitation against Muslims were the highest seen since the series began, reaching 33 per cent of surveyed countries in 2012 after 29 per cent in 2011 and 20 per cent in mid-2007.
Barclays Plc (LSE: BARC) has said that hostility to banks was not healthy.
Although Kathleen Bartholomew's monograph Ending Nurse-to-Nurse Hostility was published a few years ago, sadly, the topic she covers remains relevant.
ADHD and hostility are the leading risk factors for Internet addiction among adolescents, according to a report.
1 : an unfriendly or hostile state, attitude, or action <They showed no hostility toward strangers.
Hostility towards users of 4x4s is now said to be so intense that owners face daily abuse and unless self-imposed action is taken the vehicles will soon become pretty much worthless.
95, Bill Lancaster says: "Sunderland's often commentedupon hostility to Newcastle is recent in its origins.
BALTIMORE -- Treatment with the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor citalopram of individuals who have high levels of hostility not only reduces hostility but improves the cardiovascular risk factors that make up metabolic syndrome, data presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society show.
BALTIMORE -- African American women with high levels of hostility show increased levels of fasting glucose.