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animosity
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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Definition
hostile feeling
  • Quite blind to his animosity, Barb Wiggin began—as, indeed, the holy event itself had begun—with the Announcing Angel.
    p. 163.7
  • To this day, I still engage in debate with Noah and Simon regarding whether Hester was "created" by her environment, which was almost entirely created by Noah and Simon—which is my opinion—or whether she was born with an overdose of sexual aggression and family animosity—which is what Noah and Simon say.
    p. 58.0
  • At the time, neither Owen nor I were capable of putting into words the correct description of the kind of sexual bully Mrs. Lish was; maybe even Randy White would have understood our animosity toward a woman who lorded her sexual sophistication over us so cruelly—over Owen, in particular.
    p. 383.8

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