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animus

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishanimusan‧i‧mus /ˈænɪməs/ noun [singular, uncountable]  formal a feeling of strong dislike or hatred syn animosity, hostilityanimus against/towards I have no animus towards Robert.
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animusHe did not, in any case, have a high opinion of Santayana - an animus which Santayana reciprocated towards Eliot.The novel breathes a certain animus against Jane.In spite of this, his animus against his father was already diminishing.At the same time, the incident showed his liability to argue from passion and personal animus to philosophical or political generality.For Pound's animus against Virgil was deep-seated and virulent from the first, and it persisted.Neither was deterred by the fact that the inevitable visceral animus they are fueling among voters has five more months to fester.animus against/towardsThe novel breathes a certain animus against Jane.In spite of this, his animus against his father was already diminishing.For Pound's animus against Virgil was deep-seated and virulent from the first, and it persisted.
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