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deep-seated hatred, as between longtime opponents or rivals

Synonyms for animus

a feeling of ill will arousing active hostility

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Said Ashok, "Animus is known for independent, prestigious, groundbreaking films.
It flows from, in his own words, his belief that 'Islam hates us...and we can't allow people coming into this country who have this hatred of the United States.' In 2015, he stated he would 'call for a complete and total shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.' His own campaign website read that the ban's purpose was to 'prevent Muslim immigration.' Nor did Trump ever disavow these claims, in fact, in 2016 he begrudgingly stated that the reason the ban didn't explicitly refer to Muslims was because that wouldn't be 'politically correct.' Any reasonable observer upon reading such statements would concede that the policy was motivated by animus towards a religious group.
Neal Katyal, representing the state of Hawaii, responded that the government's religious animus was apparent to a reasonable observer.
His executive orders on the subject were challenged by the state of Hawaii and other states which said that the Trump's anti-Muslim comments showed that his policy was rooted in an animus toward Muslim people.
So they thought about another idea, for the body to be involved in the action of the ancestors and they came up with this Animus arm which connects the 'patient' of the Animus to his ancestors.
Alice Walker, the African-American author who wrote Color Purple, also clearly recognized and expressed the works of Carl Jung in her 1992 novel "Possessing the Secret of Joy." The archetype patterns of the ego, the shadow, the anima, and the animus, were all part of the healing journey the main protagonist, Tashi, a young African female.
Turtle has kept his animus abilities secret, and is more talented at hiding than fighting.
Any discriminatory animus against the recognition of petitioner's natural-born status would need to survive strict scrutiny, that is, the Comelec must show that there is a compelling state interest in discriminating against foundlings and that such interest be addressed through a narrowly-tailored policy, he added.
from "animus" review, namely people with disabilities and poor
Discriminatory laws from Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Tennessee have brought the debate on same-sex marriage into an even more controversial light, and law firm McDermott Will & Emery's lawyers discuss an "animus amicus" brief -- in other words an amicus brief -- which highlights discrimination against gay people historically performed by federal and state governments.
The PR guru has approached Animus Associates, an international risk management and corporate investigations firm.
Have people ever seen any kind of animus towards the Jewish people?
The same is true for the feminine psyche, for which the animus is the guide that enables the transformations.