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  • You are my antagonist, with this difference from real warfare, that I shall miss you every time by one hair’s breadth, or perhaps two.
  • That stillness, which struck casual observers more than anything else in his character and habit, and seemed so precisely like the rest of inanition, may have been the perfect balance of enormous antagonistic forces—positives and negatives in fine adjustment.
  • Whether from a purely mechanical, or from any other cause, when Bathsheba arose it was with a quieted spirit, and a regret for the antagonistic instincts which had seized upon her just before.

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  • She is my forever antagonist.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl
  • They could have done him no real harm, of course, but the shock and pain of having a number of his toes nipped simultaneously by an unknown antagonist must have been considerable.
    Farley Mowat  --  Never Cry Wolf

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