Antipathy (noun)

A feeling of intense dislike or aversion towards someone or something.

Origin:

From anti- ("against") + -pathy ("feelin.g")

Examples:

  1. She had an antipathy towards anything that was spicy.
  2. The two politicians had a long-standing antipathy towards each other.
  3. He had a deep-seated antipathy towards all forms of authority.
  4. The antipathy between the two countries was rooted in a long history of conflicts.
  5. Despite her initial antipathy towards the idea, she eventually warmed to it.
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