I noun abhorrence, abomination, alienation, animosity, antagonism, anathema, antipode, aversion, clashing, collision, conflict, contradiction, contrariness, detestation, deviation, difference, disagreement, disapprobation, disfavor, disgust, disinclination, dislike, enmity, execration, hatred, horror, hostility, ill will, incompatibility, inimicalness, loathing, malice, odium, opposition, rancor, reluctance, repugnance, repulsion, unfriendliness II index alienation (estrangement), antipode, conflict, contradiction, deviation, difference, hatred, ill will, incompatibility (difference), malice, odium, phobia, rancor, reluctance

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  • Antipathy — An*tip a*thy, n.; pl. {Antipathies}. [L. antipathia, Gr. ?; ? against + ? to suffer. Cf. F. antipathie. See {Pathos}.] 1. Contrariety or opposition in feeling; settled aversion or dislike; repugnance; distaste. [1913 Webster] Inveterate… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • antipathy — (n.) c.1600, from L. antipathia, from Gk. antipatheia, noun of state from antipathes opposed in feeling, having opposite feeling; in return for suffering; felt mutually, from anti against (see ANTI (Cf. anti )) + root of pathos feeling (see… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • antipathy — ► NOUN (pl. antipathies) ▪ a strong feeling of dislike. DERIVATIVES antipathetic adjective. ORIGIN Greek antipatheia, from anti against + pathos feeling …   English terms dictionary

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