hostility

  1. a hostile (very unfriendly) disposition
  2. a state of deep-seated ill-will
  3. the feeling of a hostile person
  4. violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked
  5. acts of overt warfare

hostility

[n] - a state of deep-seated ill-will 2. [n] - the feeling of a hostile person 3. [n] - a hostile (very unfriendly) disposition 4. [n] - acts of overt warfare
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Hostility

Hos·til'i·ty noun ; plural Hostilities . [ Latin hostilitas : confer French hostilité .] 1. State of being hostile; public or private enemy; unfriendliness; animosity. « Hostility being thus suspended with France.» Hayward. 2.
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hostility

Tendency to feel anger toward and to seek to inflict harm upon a person or group. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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hostility

ill will noun a hostile (very unfriendly) disposition; `he could not conceal his hostility`
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hostility

enmity noun the feeling of a hostile person; `he could no longer contain his hostility`
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Hostility

• (n.) An act of an open enemy; a hostile deed; especially in the plural, acts of warfare; attacks of an enemy. • (n.) State of being hostile; public or private enemy; unfriendliness; animosity.
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Hostility

Hostility is seen as form of emotionally-charged angry behavior. In everyday speech it is more commonly used as a synonym for anger and aggression. It appears in several psychological theories. For instance it is a facet of neuroticism in the NEO PI, and forms part of personal construct psychology, developed by George Kelly. == Kelly`s Model == I....
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