enmity (Meaning)

Wordnet

enmity (n)

a state of deep-seated ill-will

the feeling of a hostile person

Webster

enmity (n.)

The quality of being an enemy; hostile or unfriendly disposition.

A state of opposition; hostility.

enmity Sentence Examples

  1. The enmity between the two families had been going on for generations, and it seemed like there would never be an end to it.
  2. The two countries were at war, and the enmity between them was so intense that it seemed like they would never be able to find a way to live in peace again.
  3. The two friends had a falling out, and their enmity was so strong that they refused to speak to each other ever again.
  4. The rivalry between the two companies was so intense that it could only be described as enmity.
  5. The hostility between the two groups was so strong that it seemed like they would never be able to find a way to coexist peacefully.
  6. The hatred between the two individuals was so deep-seated that it could only be described as enmity.
  7. The animosity between the two sides was so strong that it seemed like they would never be able to find a way to resolve their differences.
  8. The tension between the two groups was so thick that it could be cut with a knife, and the enmity between them was so deep that it seemed like they would never be able to find a way to move on.
  9. The conflict between the two sides was so intense that it seemed like it would never end, and the enmity between them was so strong that it seemed like they would never be able to find a way to coexist peacefully.
  10. The feud between the two families had been going on for years, and the enmity between them was so strong that it seemed like it would never end.

FAQs About the word enmity

a state of deep-seated ill-will, the feeling of a hostile personThe quality of being an enemy; hostile or unfriendly disposition., A state of opposition; hostil

hostility, grudge, bitterness, hatred, antipathy, antagonism, tension, friction,animosity, malice

amity, friendliness, friendliness, amity, hospitality, civility, friendship, comity, sympathy, understanding

The enmity between the two families had been going on for generations, and it seemed like there would never be an end to it.

The two countries were at war, and the enmity between them was so intense that it seemed like they would never be able to find a way to live in peace again.

The two friends had a falling out, and their enmity was so strong that they refused to speak to each other ever again.

The rivalry between the two companies was so intense that it could only be described as enmity.