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used in The Mill on the Floss

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hatred toward someone or between people — typically long-lasting
  • But if you'd like to call it in, don't do it in a hurry now, and breed more enmity in the family, but wait till there's a pretty mortgage to be had without any trouble.
    1.12 — Book 1 Chapter 12 — Mr. and Mrs. Glegg at Home (77% in)
  • Besides," Philip went on, with all the inventive astuteness of love at one-and-twenty, "if there is any enmity between those who belong to us, we ought all the more to try and quench it by our friendship; I mean, that by our influence on both sides we might bring about a healing of the wounds that have been made in the past, if I could know everything about them.
    5.1 — Book 5 Chapter 1 — In the Red Deeps (59% in)
  • And I don't believe there is any enmity in my own father's mind; I think he has proved the contrary."
    5.1 — Book 5 Chapter 1 — In the Red Deeps (60% in)
  • My father might see the letter—and—he has not any enmity, I believe, but he views things differently from me; he thinks a great deal about wealth and position.
    5.1 — Book 5 Chapter 1 — In the Red Deeps (68% in)
  • And I think enmity and hatred are wicked.
    5.5 — Book 5 Chapter 5 — The Cloven Tree (54% in)
  • I mean your extending the enmity to a helpless girl, who has too much sense and goodness to share their narrow prejudices.
    6.8 — Book 6 Chapter 8 — Wakem in a New Light (50% in)

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