And the antagonism sure to be generated by such racial disparities was magnified by the sheer number of cases.
Work that alienates one reader to the point of antagonism can feel like a perfect fit to another.
On more than one occasion, literal fights broke out behind closed doors, and the antagonism often fell along racial lines.
The antagonism between News Corp. and the BBC goes back a long way.
It is important not to set out on a path of antagonism towards the leaders in Israel and Palestine.
In part this antagonism of classes is merely the result of difference in manners.
There were other reasons for the antagonism of Plato to poetry.
Scarcely had the two men met, before they found themselves in antagonism.
We write from aspiration and antagonism, as well as from experience.
This has intensified and called out many of the worst features of antagonism and inequality.
antagonism an·tag·o·nism (ān-tāg'ə-nĭz'əm)
Mutual opposition in action between structures, agents, diseases, or physiological processes. Also called mutual resistance.