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enmity (s) (noun), enmities (pl)
A very strong mutual antagonism or hatred: To show enmity towards a person is to harbor bitterness or animosity for him or her.

There is a long history of enmity between certain nations; such as, Israel and Palestine.

The complaints of Jerome about his co-workers earned him the enmity of most of them.

Hostility and hatred expressed about another person or people.
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Mutual antagonism on both sides.
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Bitter attitudes or malice towards each other.
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