Definition of animosity in English:
noun (plural animosities)
Strong hostility: he no longer felt any animosity toward her the animosity between the king and his brother the five decided to put aside their animosities
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- There is strong animosity between the two groups and each has its own culture and traditions.
- Wilful misinterpretation of the law has bred animosity and resentment towards disabled people.
- Yet in spite of this long animosity, Confucianism and Buddhism unite in refusing to take positive law very seriously.
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