Origin of antipathetic
Examples from the Web for antipathetic
The doing so will be disagreeable, but it will not be antipathetic to the nature of an Englishman.North America, Volume II (of 2)|Anthony Trollope
The state of mind of the by-standers, sympathetic or antipathetic, has an influence upon the production of the phenomena.Mysterious Psychic Forces|Camille Flammarion
He was a determined opponent of the study of philosophy, and thus was antipathetic to the Spanish spirit.
But the men are very rare who generate their own spiritual revelations in some secluded corner of an antipathetic world.
Such men exist, antipathetic to the Marbridges of the world.Joan Thursday|Louis Joseph Vance
British Dictionary definitions for antipathetic
Word Origin and History for antipathetic
1630s "having an antipathy for," from an adjectival construction from Greek antipathein (see antipathy). Related: antipathetical (c.1600); antipathetically.