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Meaning:
acrimony

hate, bitterness and disappointment shown in one's language, manner

nasty behavior, speech

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

cruelty

(an act of) readiness to cause pain or suffering to others

brutality, harshness

downs

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

hate, vengefulness

enmity

hatred

hatred, animosity

gall

bile; a bitter feeling; impudence

nerve, brashness

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

malice

the desire to harm others

hate, vengefulness

revenge

deliberate harm to a person in return for harm done

retaliation for wrong, grievance

sarcasm

words or expressions intended to mean the opposite, used to hurt a person's feelings

mocking remark

spite

the desire to annoy or harm another person because one does not like her or him; to annoy or harm (a person) because of spite

hateful feeling

spleen

the organ near the stomach that causes changes in blood

hate

venom

the poisonous fluid of certain snakes; hate; spite

poison; hating

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