The Psalms are really antipathetic to the modern mind, because the modern mind is so abstracted and logical, it cannot bear the non-logical imagery of the Hebrew hymns, the sort of confusion, the never going straight ahead.
-- D. H. Lawrence, Apocalypse and the Writings on Revelation
Collingswood's teachers had either been indifferent or mildly antipathetic to her. One man, her biology teacher, had more actively disliked her.
-- China Miéville, Kraken
Antipathetic stems from the Greek root pathos which meant "suffering, sensation." The Greek word antipathḗs meant "opposed in feeling."