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enmity
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler)

2 uses
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Definition
hatred toward someone or between people — typically long-lasting
  • On this, Jove would have been roused to still more fierce and implacable enmity against the other immortals, had not Minerva, alarmed for the safety of the gods, sprung from her seat and hurried outside.
    Book 15 (16% in)
  • So long as this man was at enmity with Agamemnon the Achaeans were easier to deal with, and I would have gladly camped by the ships in the hope of taking them; but now I go in great fear of the fleet son of Peleus; he is so daring that he will never bide here on the plain whereon the Trojans and Achaeans fight with equal valour, but he will try to storm our city and carry off our women.
    Book 18 (42% in)

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