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  • n. dislike, animosity


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  • A while ago you said there was no love lost between Turners and Devreys, and I said you were right.

    City of Glory

  • For indeed there was no love lost between the men Scaurus would have apostrophized as demagogues and the men Scaurus commended for never losing sight of the fact that they were senators before they were tribunes of the plebs.

    The First Man in Rome

  • Although they were some distance away from where he sat, Kalliades could tell there was no love lost between Hektor and the Kretan king.

    Shield of Thunder

  • In particular, there no love lost between the First Lord and Andrew Bonar Law, the Canadian-born former Glasgow businessman who had replaced Balfour as leader of the Conservative party in 1911.

    Castles of Steel


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