Word of the day

Animosity (anəˈmäsitē)

Meaning of Animosity

Strong hostility


Animosity usage in sentence

He no longer felt any animosity towards her.

She seems to have so much animosity toward you.

We do not want animosity between plant management and inspectors.

Synonyms of Animosity

Antipathy, hostility, friction, antagonism, enmity, animus, opposition, aversion, acrimony, bitterness, rancour, resentment, dislike, ill feeling, bad feeling, ill will, bad blood, hatred, hate, loathing, detestation, abhorrence, odium

Antonyms of Animosity

Goodwill, friendship

Click to see meaning of Animosity in different languages
Animosity in Urdu: عداوت
Animosity in Sindhi: فلاڻو
Animosity in Hindi: बैर
Animosity in French: animosité
Animosity in Spanish: animosidad
Animosity in Arabic: عداء
Animosity in German: Feindseligkeit
Animosity in Chinese: 敌意 (Díyì)
Animosity in Persion: دشمنی
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Jammu and Kashmir is part of Pakistan, in blood, in flesh, in culture, in history, in geography. In every way and in every form.

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Idiom of the day

Have one\'s hands full

To be extremely busy
To be busy or totally occupied with someone or something
To be so busy that you do not have time to do anything else

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Usage Examples

  • I have my hands full with my three children.
  • You have your hands full with managing the store.
  • He already has his hands full with two kids and a full-time job, yet he still makes time to volunteer.

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