The state or feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to someone or something
enmity between Protestants and Catholics
family feuds and enmities
hostility: a state of deep-seated ill-will
hostility: the feeling of a hostile person; "he could no longer contain his hostility"
Hatred (or hate) is an intense feeling of dislike. It may occur in a wide variety of contexts, from hatred of inanimate objects or animals, to hatred of oneself or other people, entire groups of people, people in general, existence, or everything. ...
(n.) ill will, hatred, hostility (John and Scott have clearly not forgiven each other, because the enmity between them is obvious to anyone in their presence.)
fæhðo, f; feondræden, f.
Deep-rooted hatred. "I will put enmity between thee and the woman, between thy seed and her seed" (Gen 3:15). The friendship of the world is "enmity with God" (Jam 4:4; Jo1 2:15, Jo1 2:16). The "carnal mind" is "enmity" against God" (Rom 8:7). ...
Enmity is anger watching as opportunity for revenge.
deep-seated animosity or hatred. The apostle Paul declared that the human mind in its natural state has a natural "enmity against GOD" (Rom. 8:7). This enmity can be changed only through the redemptive power of Christ.
being enemies. The feud is over. Too late...
positive, active, and typically mutual hatred or ill will.
Active or aggressive, deep-seated hatred or ill will, often mutual between two parties.