animosity, animus, bad blood(noun)
a feeling of ill will arousing active hostility
The basic impulses and instincts which govern one's actions.
A feeling of enmity, animosity or ill will.
The masculine aspect of the feminine psyche or personality.
Origin: From animus, closely related to anima, which is a feminine form; see anima.
animating spirit; intention; temper
Origin: [L., mind.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
an′im-us, n. intention: actuating spirit: prejudice against. [L. animus, spirit, soul, as distinguished from anima, the mere life.]
The numerical value of animus in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of animus in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Bad mind, bad heart.
(Mals Mens, Malus Animus)
You might have imagined that if people were shooting black suspects for some type of racial animus, you might imagine there would be a change before and after Ferguson.
I want contrast between Democrats, it is a job interview about what you are going to try to do and not every Democrat thinks the same way. We should be mature about it and welcome it without personal animus.
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