opposed, averse, or contrary; having or showing antipathy
: They were antipathetic to many of the proposed changes
causing or likely to cause antipathy
: The new management was antipathetic to all of us.
Origin: 1630–40; Related forms
< Greek antipathḗs
opposed in feeling (anti-
adj. derivative of páthos pathos
), with -etic
by analogy with pathetic
is always a great word to know.
So is lollapalooza. Does it mean: