Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "antagonising" []

  • Present participle of antagonise. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "antagonising" in a sentence
  • "She said the accused had believed she was "antagonising" him once while she waited for a friend with her baby across the road from his flat."
  • "After the last regular season league meeting between the sides, at Welford Road last May, the Saracens 'director of rugby, Brendan Venter, was banned from the Premiership final between Saracens and Leicester after being found guilty of antagonising home supporters in his vicinity, while Cockerill was warned about his future conduct after the RFU received complaints about his behaviour during the play-off victory over Bath a week later."
  • "As the nation struggles to rein in a debt of €340bn, the logic of appeasing protesters – an estimated 8,000 Greeks a day were refusing to pay tolls – has outweighed antagonising them further."
Words like "antagonising"