noun, plural an·tip·a·thies.
Origin of antipathy
Examples from the Web for antipathy
But what they do have in common, I think, is being told what to do: their antipathy to that.After 30 Years of Growth, the Cowboy Poetry Festival Tries to Keep Its Pioneer Spirit|John L. Smith|February 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A little while ago I asked a Texas conservative I know to unpack the antipathy aroused by Cruz.
The antipathy toward America in the Middle East continues even after the architects of the Iraq war have exited the stage.
There is, similar to the anger at the clothing the women dare to wear, an antipathy toward glamour.
Other Freedom Watch regulars share his antipathy to the union of the states.
He was particularly disliked by Macaulay, who never lost an opportunity of venting his antipathy by attacks upon him.The Greville Memoirs (Third Part) Volume II (of II)|Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville
Moreover, he was intuitive enough to feel her antipathy toward him on purely general grounds.The Street Called Straight|Basil King
Still further, there had begun to grow up at the North a political party whose sole bond of union was antipathy to slavery.The History of the Confederate War, Its Causes and Its Conduct, Volume I (of 2)|George Cary Eggleston
It occurred to me that once or twice I had seen her eyes fixed on Hungerford inquisitively, and not free from antipathy.Mrs. Falchion, Complete|Gilbert Parker
Everybody can mark these errors; a few cannot overcome their antipathy, and so lose a great deal of pleasure.Essays in Little|Andrew Lang