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Definition of enmity noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

enmity

 noun
noun
NAmE//ˈɛnmət̮i//
 
(pl. enmities) [uncountable, countable] (formal)
 
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feelings of hatred toward someone personal enmities and political conflicts Her action earned her the enmity of two or three colleagues. enmity between A and B the traditional problem of the enmity between Protestants and Catholics see also enemy
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