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feeling or showing unfriendliness

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Might I not find more benefit in the contemplation of that venerable pile with the full moon in the cloudless heaven shining so calmly above it - with that warm yellow lustre peculiar to an August night - and the mistress of my soul within, than in returning to my home, where all comparatively was light, and life, and cheerfulness, and therefore inimical to me in my present frame of mind, - and the more so that its inmates all were more or less imbued with that detestable belief, the very thought of which made my blood boil in my veins - and how could I endure to hear it openly declared, or cautiously insinuated - which was worse?
But when Fyne and I got back into the room, then in the searching, domestic, glare of the lamp, inimical to the play of fancy, I saw these two stripped of every vesture it had amused me to put on them for fun.
Of that, he replied, there can be no doubt; such excessive care of the body, when carried beyond the rules of gymnastic, is most inimical to the practice of virtue.
She did not reason it out, but deeper than consciousness was the feeling that they were typical of something inimical to her and hers.
They raised hopes only to dash them into the bitterest disappointment, promises of advance ending in lost ground, expiring in sighs, dying into dumb stillness in which the currents had it all their own way--their own inimical way.
I had found a likely lair and just proved it empty, when I felt or sensed the nearness of something inimical.
Some inimical intelligence agencies have been reported to be allegedly involved in these activities.
C [USA], Feb 27 (ANI): National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell has said he is prepared to fine Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for conduct inimical to the league.
A large number of the students of the Government Degree College in Mithi on Friday boycotted their classes and staged a protest demonstration outside the college against the principal for her alleged inimical attitude.
MITHI -- The large number of the students of Government Degree College in Mithi on Friday boycotted their classes and staged the demonstration outside the college to register their protest against the principal for her alleged inimical attitude.
Disobeying court orders is inimical to the rule of law, Chief Justice David Maraga has said.
The NAB has challenged, among other points of the detailed order, paragraph 23 which states that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his brother, Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, were 'subjected to intensive investigation and by those who would be considered inimical to them'.
Hassan Farhan Tariq, the channel's crime reporter, said some people had been calling him from unknown numbers, telling him that some of 'your reports are inimical to national interest'.
This was also demonstrated earlier this month when elements inimical to peace and security in the region targeted and martyred a Pakistani diplomatic official in Jalalabad.
The resolutions said that the involvement of a local chief executive in illegal drug activities is contrary to President Rodrigo Duterte's anti-illegal drug campaign and 'constitutes an act inimical to national security.