verb (used with object), an·tag·o·nized, an·tag·o·niz·ing.
verb (used without object), an·tag·o·nized, an·tag·o·niz·ing.
Origin of antagonize
Examples from the Web for antagonise
The friction of the interests and wills encompassing him evolved an atmosphere which he had no strength to antagonise.A Singer from the Sea|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
Practical 199 considerations do not count with him when they antagonise his ideals.Paris and the Social Revolution|Alvan Francis Sanborn
But this little episode need not antagonise with the normal course of ordinary business.Miss Cayley's Adventures|Grant Allen
It might strike a wiser man in your situation that it would be worth while not to antagonise a friend who has come to serve you.Romance of Roman Villas|Elizabeth W. (Elizbeth Williams) Champney
But he was careful not to agitate and antagonise those whose coperation was necessary to success.The Great God Success|John Graham (David Graham Phillips)