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Synonyms for animosity

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deep-seated hatred, as between longtime opponents or rivals

Synonyms for animosity

a feeling of ill will arousing active hostility

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Let's not make a legend out of Zulkilfi bin Hir or Marwan or fan animosities," Hataman, in an interview with reporters here on Monday, said.
This study also confirms that there is a significant relationship between animosities (A) towards young consumers purchase behavior on foreign made fast moving consumer's goods (RS) when country of origin (COO) plays a mediating role.
Dubai The Indian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Talmiz Ahmad yesterday launched his book Children of Abraham at War saying that the age-old animosities among the three largest religions have swept away many innocents in its path.
We believe that, while the recent escalation of the feud may have boiled up as a result of local animosities set against the history of long standing rivalry, the UVF decided now is the right time to finish off the LVF.
nor does she whitewash the animosities within Judaism, the split between the Gaonim, the followers 0of the Vilna Gaon and the Hassids:
Many have recognized Vasari's lack of objectivity, how quite a few of the lives are colored by personal preferences or animosities and other biases.
Visitors will learn that when the sheep reigns, it's supposed to be a year of relaxation and tranquillity in which wars and mutual animosities usually end.
in the region's fractious and frequently bloody quarrels, and will likely engender resentments and animosities, giving birth to further terrorist attacks on Americans.
After Truman's bold embrace of a civil rights plank (and Strom Thurmond's Dixiecrat revolt) in 1948, most presidential contenders before 1992 (except for Lyndon Johnson in 1964) worsened the American Dilemma either by pandering to racial animosities on the campaign trail or by ducking them.
The stadium forms a vast outdoor room both spacious and welcoming, that confounds the traditional typology of football grounds as hermetic cauldrons fermenting tribal animosities.
We may have had troubles, anxieties, and even personal animosities as we came to practice for the Sunday liturgy, but as soon as we joined our voices in singing the chant melodies, we seemed to be raised above that everyday world.