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Synonyms
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Meaning:
animosity

(an instance of) strong, active hatred

extreme dislike, hatred

antagonism

(an instance of) opposition involving fighting or hatred

causing problem; opposition

antipathy

(an instance or example of) strong dislike

strong dislike, disgust

bile

the brownish-yellow bitter liquid produced by the liver to help in digesting food

hate, vengefulness

dislike

a feeling of not liking

antagonism, hatred toward something

downs

an area of low hills, especially the chalk hills of South England

hate, vengefulness

enmity

hatred

hatred, animosity

grudge

a feeling of dislike, envy with a little anger; to be unwilling to give or accept (something)

hard feelings

hate

extreme dislike

extreme dislike

hatred

a feeling of hate

severe dislike

hostility

an unfriendly feeling; hatred

antagonism, meanness

indignation

anger caused by feelings of injustice etc

anger

inspiration

influence(s) producing creative activity in literature, music, art etc; a person or thing that inspires

idea, stimulus

intention

(an instance, of) an aim, determination to do something

goal

malice

the desire to harm others

hate, vengefulness

plan

an outline drawing (of or for a building) showing the relative size, positions etc of the parts, especially as if seen from above

scheme, design, way of doing things

psyche

the human mind, soul or spirit

innermost self; personality

purpose

intention; reason

intention, meaning, aim

rancour

the deep and long-lasting feeling that one has after being ignored, injured or insulted

bitterness, hatefulness

revenge

deliberate harm to a person in return for harm done

retaliation for wrong, grievance

soul

the part of a human that is not the body and cannot be touched; a person regarded as the ideal (of some virtue or quality)

psyche, inspiration, energy

ANIMUS as in Wiktionary
ANIMUS as in Wikipedia
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