Are division and animosity your natural terms, Richard?
He bore an animosity towards the deceased gentleman.
Your sex have such a surprising animosity against one another when you do differ.
"I hope," said Mr. Kenge, "that the genial influence of Miss Summerson," he bowed to me, "may have induced Mr. Jarndyce," he bowed to him, "to forego some little of his animosity towards a cause and towards a court which are—shall I say, which take their place in the stately vista of the pillars of our profession?"
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I was afraid she would be angry, but she responded without a hint of animosity.
Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity or registering wrongs.