Antagonistic in a sentence

Use Antagonistic in a sentence

Antagonistic meaning and collocations;

Meaning: [ ] unfriendly, hostile;

Some people sometimes may be antagonistic to new ideas in their stable lifestyles.

Not only is China employing a highly antagonistic posture towards America.

The relation between the two groups was often antagonistic.

She also fought and defeated some antagonistic feudal rebels.

Now she is against the West and especially antagonistic towards Israel.

He and Erica quickly develop strong chemistry, sometimes antagonistic.

The Shah and his prime minister had an antagonistic relationship.

He continuously tries to charm Luce and is antagonistic towards Daniel.

Interactions between adult females range from friendly to avoidance to antagonistic.

Cortisol and insulin are antagonistic to one another.