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Definition of: antipathy

(an·tipə·thē) noun plural ·thies
1. An instinctive feeling of aversion or dislike.
2. One who or that which excites aversion. [<Gk. antipatheia <anti- against + pathein feel, suffer] Synonyms: abhorrence, antagonism, aversion, detestation, disgust, dislike, distaste, hatred, hostility, loathing, opposition, repugnance, uncongeniality. Antipathy, repugnance, and uncongeniality are instinctive; other forms of dislike may be acquired or cherished for cause. Compare ACRIMONY, ANGER, HATRED. Antonyms: affinity, agreement, attraction, congeniality, harmony, kindliness, partiality, predilection, regard, sympathy.

Most often used phrases:

personal antipathy
strong antipathy
mutual antipathy
deep antipathy
public antipathy
great antipathy
general antipathy
growing antipathy
lifelong antipathy
widespread antipathy
violent antipathy
racial antipathy
long standing antipathy
religious antipathy
extreme antipathy

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"antipathy" has the frequency of use of 0.0001% on en.wikipedia.org.

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