In the 1980s, the hostility of right-wing radicals was as serious.
“This movie also showed this guy who really felt he should be on top and had this hostility to women,” Richardson said.
What it does have, like many other left-wing academic groups, is a record of hostility to the West.
Even the way the term “aliens” is used to describe migrants spotted in the desert has an air of hostility.
The Palestinian hostility toward Jews and Israel makes this myth a hard sell.
They showed no fear or hostility as he passed, and some of the calves evinced a certain amount of curiosity in him.
Instantly, Martin's cordiality vanished; his hostility toward her surged.
Their hostility is on too interesting ground to be softened.
There was never a hint of hostility, never a trace of resentment or envy.
He was denounced as second only to Jefferson Davis in hostility to the Constitution.
early 15c., from Middle French hostilité "enmity" (15c.), or directly from Late Latin hostilitatem (nominative hostilitas) "enmity," from Latin hostilis, from hostis "enemy" (see guest). Hostilities in the sense of "warfare" attested from 1610s.