Animosity in a sentence 🔊

Short Sentences for Animosity

  • 1. The people have no animosity whatever to strangers. 🔊

  • 2. How odious an animosity which pauses not at the grave! 🔊

  • 3. The multitude felt its vengeful animosity against the bull vanish. 🔊

  • 4. Six years had eradicated every tinge of animosity for that shove on the sand. 🔊

  • 5. To this animosity of party warfare he fell a victim a few years previously. 🔊

  • 6. His animosity was so great he would have scratched Barellan had he dared. 🔊

  • 7. One felt there was a latent animosity between the English and the Russians. 🔊

  • 8. Nevertheless, he was quite free from animosity to Lord Alfred. 🔊

  • 9. It was against her that the author's animosity was chiefly directed. 🔊

How to use Animosity in Sentences?

  • 1. The distinctions which we have reformed from animosity to emulation may be even useful to the cause of religion. 🔊

  • 2. With mutual animosity they darted towards each other, and the next moment were engaged in a terrific combat. 🔊

  • 3. Mutual animosity had been worked to a height of indignant passion by a barbarous massacre of prisoners on both sides, each in view of the other. 🔊

  • 4. They have exposed me to the animosity of both parties by presenting the widow and son of Favras to me. 🔊

  • 5. This was the second time that, in the midst of the most regular and wise behaviour, his animosity had spurted out. 🔊

  • 6. That he was working up his animosity against the half-caste, and that the explosion might come any time, was apparent to all. 🔊

  • 7. The insurgents felt a special animosity against lawyers, whom they considered mercenary instruments in the hands of the nobles for oppressing them. 🔊

  • 8. It is evident, too, that she presents it to him as a peace-offering, and as a sign that all animosity is at an end between them. 🔊

  • 9. If a respectable person is arrested, as one suspected of animosity towards the government, he simply disappears. 🔊

  • 10. However great the animosity against him, party rage cannot withstand your demand, without violating the law of nations. 🔊

  • 11. Englishmen find it hard to understand what seems to them the bigoted and senseless animosity of the rival faiths in Ireland. 🔊

  • 12. It provoked, by its gradual development, the animosity of the opponents of Buddha's doctrines. 🔊

  • 13. His chance was poor; though I had no more animosity towards him than a virulent disease has against the victim it lays low. 🔊

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