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- adj. Antipathetic, with antipathy, without caring.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Opposed in nature or disposition: with to.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. characterized by antagonism or antipathy
- adj. (usually followed by `to') strongly opposed
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But of all Orientals, the most antipathetical companion to an
The hornets and wasps were antipathetical, and it was possible to use one or the other, but not both simultaneously.
It was the first rule of the experienced hostess to get her antipathetical guests on soft cushions, naturally: stand-up rows were less easy to pursue when sitting down.
Just as you can tell at sight whether certain persons attract or repel you, through some unknown, nameless influence that you are unable to fathom; so, in like degree, can you decide -- that is, if you possess a naturally sensitive mind -- whether they are drawn towards yourself or remain antipathetical.
In the first place, because Mawley was so antipathetical to me, that I dearly loved to combat his assertions; and, secondly, on account of his disparaging my beau ideal of all that is grand and good in a writer and in man.
Love is sometimes the growth of degrees: it may also bound into existence in a moment; for there is a certain sympathetic attraction between some persons, as there is between others an antipathetical, repulsive force.
To this impressionable man, Parisian badinage -- not to call it anything stronger -- was positively antipathetical.
He was an antipathetical being, with a peculiar power and gift of treading on everybody's tenderest place.
Europe, sympathize also as closely with the Austrian system as the character of the emperor Joseph was antipathetical to it.
But with dissimilitudes no conjunction can be effected, because they are antipathetical.