Animosity : Synonyms and Antonyms
( Noun )
The animosity between India and Pakistan will come to an end sooner by the efforts of well-wishers of both countries.
5. Bad blood
9. Ill will
The dispute was settled without acrimony.
The antagonism he felt towards his old enemy was still very strong.
She made no attempt to hide her feelings of antipathy.
The pay cut caused bitterness and resentment among the staff.
I do not understand his enmity towards his parents.
She certainly bears you no malice.
The aim of the conference is to promote international friendship.
He did it entirely out of kindness, not for money.
He shows little love towards her.
He has developed very good rapport with his pupils.
Given goodwill on both sides I am sure we can reach agreement.
She showed no sympathy when I told her I am in trouble.
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