A strong feeling of aversion or repugnance. See Synonyms at enmity.(noun)
An object of aversion.(noun)
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Use "antipathy" in a sentence
"He drew back a little, as he spoke; it might be simple disgust; it might be fear; it might be what we call antipathy, which is different from either, and which will sometimes show itself in paleness, and even faintness, produced by objects perfectly harmless and not in themselves offensive to any sense."
"But as with xenophobia against immigrants in Western Europe, how much of this antipathy is attributable to deliberate misinformation, and poor education, and media which loves a sensation?"
"The latter is far different from what we commonly term antipathy or sympathy."