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.
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Companies feared antagonizing the mercurial president and ending up in the crosshairs of his Twitter account and struggled to keep pace as new policies were announced and revoked without warning.Stocks drive higher, brushing aside worries about U.S. stability|David J. Lynch|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
Everyone takes turns antagonizing the ghost until it shows up, so that you can snag a photo.Are you a ‘Phasmophobia’ pro? Here are some alternate rules to keep the scares fresh.|Elise Favis|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
So Ossoff and Warnock have little incentive to antagonize them.Warnock And Ossoff Are Testing A New Strategy For Democrats In The South|Perry Bacon Jr. (email@example.com)|December 14, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Antagonizing the Clinton administration eventually contributed to Netanyahu's downfall.
Every bomb we drop, antagonizing more civilians, makes that goal more unrealizable.
And all are fearful of ridicule or, worse, antagonizing voters back home.
And he suddenly realized that he had begun his fight by antagonizing a very shrewd purser.The Secret of the Silver Car|Wyndham Martyn
Instead of antagonizing the Japanese, we should cultivate their good will.Our National Defense:|George Hebard Maxwell
Afraid to call your souls your own for fear of antagonizing the gang.Langford of the Three Bars|Kate Boyles
One thing seemed clear—that he had gone further than was necessary in antagonizing the old woman.The Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig|David Graham Phillips
He had no intention of antagonizing the Tuareg chief by going over his head and directly to the people.Border, Breed Nor Birth|Dallas McCord Reynolds