Synonym: hatred, sympathy. Similar words: anticipate, apathy, empathy, sympathy, participate, participation, pathetic, participant. Meaning: [æn'tɪpəθɪ] n. 1. a feeling of intense dislike 2. the object of a feeling of intense aversion; something to be avoided.
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(1) They have a mutual antipathy to each other.
(2) She felt no antipathy towards younger women.
(3) He showed a marked antipathy to foreigners.
(4) I feel an antipathy against their behaviour.
(5) She'd often spoken of her antipathy towards London.
(6) I feel a profound antipathy to using any weapon.
(7) He is a private man with a deep antipathy to/towards the press.
(8) Despite his personal antipathy to me he was still able to be polite.
(9) There's always been a certain amount of antipathy between the two doctors.
(10) There was a lot of antipathy between the two doctors.
(11) Declarations of racial antipathy against ethnic minorities will not be tolerated.
(12) In Iowa, exit polls reflected similar voter antipathy.
(13) The interviews also revealed strong antipathy toward Congress.
(14) In part, the present high level of antipathy toward foreign travel is easy to explain.
(15) But their antipathy goes much deeper than one presidential campaign.
(16) This reflects the antipathy towards industry and commerce from traditionally educated, liberal-humanist teachers.
(17) He seemed very relaxed now, and Jamieson's antipathy to him grew.
(18) This lasting antipathy coexisted in his mind with a rare mastery of philosophical debate and classical literature.
(19) Kostomarov expressed an almost identical antipathy to the state in his inaugural lecture of November 1859.
(20) Antipathy to the Sun-reading, self-employed lorry drivers runs deep in the Labour party.
(21) Did they love Gretzky enough to override their antipathy toward the Kings and celebrate his return? Sentencedict.com
(22) The grin vanished like magic, her whole body stiffening in antipathy as her eyes locked with fathomless brown ones.
(23) The last decade of the nineteenth century saw the development of a considerable antipathy to trade unionism among influential public opinion.
(24) Mythologies all over the world describe the intimate connection, often antipathy, between birds and snakes.
(25) There is little to suggest any aesthetic vulgarity or antipathy to culture on their part.
(26) Whatever the truth of this matter, there was a deep-seated antipathy to the sea eagle throughout its range.
(27) As in his recordings of the last three Tchaikovsky Symphonies, Klemperer reveals a temperamental antipathy towards excessive emotionalism in Romantic repertoire.
(28) What Lenin did not abandon in return was his fundamental antipathy to capitalism.
(29) The fires of May 1862 only confirmed the authorities in their antipathy to students.
(30) Some are longtime adversaries from his home state of Arkansas, whose antipathy is as much personal as political.
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