Origin of inimical
Examples from the Web for inimical
But his thoughts for Vanessa's safety were inimical to Stella's repose.
These opinions seem too contemptuous and inimical to a narrative which yields many valuable lessons.The Three Additions to Daniel, A Study|William Heaford Daubney
He felt at the present time, moreover, that he was inimical to his mother and her interests.Flamsted quarries|Mary E. Waller
These women were inimical to her, as she belonged to the Botany Bay district.
A leading statesman present said that the impression they had was that Mr. Blaine had always been inimical to the Mother country.Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie|Andrew Carnegie
Word Origin for inimical
1640s, from Late Latin inimicalis "hostile," from Latin inimicus "unfriendly, an enemy" (see enemy).