The result created quite a bit of “animosity and bad blood.”
The animosity between Iran and its Arab neighbors runs wide and deep.
But even within this scheme, animosity toward the Rohingya is singularly severe.
But the animosity between the community and law enforcement is nothing new.
It is this mindless atrocity, driven by both avarice and animosity, that is at play in the film.
Checkley made reply in bold words, but still standing with hanging hands: 'I withdraw the animosity.
In vain the preacher sought to break down the barrier of her animosity.
But Elder Witham found out, somehow, that there was such a book in our house, and his animosity against it was much excited.
Against the rich man, therefore, the labourers have no sort of animosity.
I am happy to think that such people are both equally my enemies; and still more happy, that I have no animosity at either.