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antagonism
used in The Remains of the Day

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Definition
hostility, opposition, or tension between opposing forces or ideas
  • I have remembered these remarks because they truly surprised me at the time, his lordship never previously having shown any antagonism whatsoever towards the Jewish race.
    3e — Day 3 - Evening (3% in)
  • Mr Lewis apart, however, the other guests, perhaps through awe, perhaps through a sense of antagonism, kept a wary distance from M. Dupont, a fact that was conspicuous even in that generally guarded atmosphere, and which seemed to underline all the more the feeling that it was M. Dupont who somehow held the key to the outcome of the following days.
    2m — Day 2 - Morning (71% in)

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