Amanda came home to largely welcoming American arms, her case held up as an example of hostility to Americans abroad.
In the 1980s, the hostility of right-wing radicals was as serious.
Express empathy,” but expect resistance: “Street Epistemologists should prepare for anger, tears, and hostility.
“This movie also showed this guy who really felt he should be on top and had this hostility to women,” Richardson said.
I am quite convinced that the Iraq War of 2003 was a trillion-dollar error that provokes far deeper anti-American hostility.
They showed no fear or hostility as he passed, and some of the calves evinced a certain amount of curiosity in him.
Their hostility was excited by the monopoly of the fur trade, which he enjoyed over all the vast regions he had explored.
Their hostility is on too interesting ground to be softened.
From the beginning they stared with hostility across the conference table.
He was denounced as second only to Jefferson Davis in hostility to the Constitution.
early 15c., from Middle French hostilité "enmity" (15c.), or directly from Late Latin hostilitatem (nominative hostilitas) "enmity," from Latin hostilis, from hostis "enemy" (see guest). Hostilities in the sense of "warfare" attested from 1610s.