Synonyms for Antagonistic:
antipathetic, counter, antipathetical.
•at variance (adjective)
differing, cacophonous, dissonant, hostile, loath, antipathetic, bickering, discordant, brawling, dissenting, tense, warring, conflicting, clashing, disharmonious, clamoring, rowing, rioting, contentious, raucous, colliding, dissident, feuding, harsh, Squabbling.
argumentive, confrontational, contrary, controversial, resistant, conflicting, dissenting, protesting, oppositional, quarrelsome, contentious, dissident.
unmusical, tuneless, discordant, jarring, cacophonous, differing, unmelodious, unharmonious, contentious, dissonant, hostile, fricative, discord, disharmonious, conflicting, quarrelsome, inharmonious.
ill-natured, treacherous, malicious, corrosive, churlish, baneful, catty, spiteful, hateful, sinister, Black-hearted, virulent, baleful, evil, foul, sullen, malevolent, venomous, vicious, malignant, nasty, wicked, hurtful, mean, hostile, rancorous, bitter, vindictive, perfidious.
inimical, oppositional, hostile, adversarial, unfriendly.
irritated, offended, embittered, stung, malevolent, sore, Huffed, splenetic, spiteful, discontent, Spleenful, bitter, vexed, resentful, acerbic, Piqued, envious, galled, infuriated, miffed, vindictive, hurt.
n.rebellious, (dead) set against something, Against. opposed, adversarial, adverse, support, opposing. •antagonistic (noun)
negative, counter, hostile, incompatible, antagonizing, antipathetic, alienating, antipathetical, antagonising.
distant, aloof, stony, unpleasant, cold, icy.
rebellious, adversarial. opposed, opposing. Against. •hostile
unpleasant, cold, stony, icy.
•Other relevant words:
antagonising, opposing, adversarial, inimical, rebellious, alienating, unpleasant, unfriendly, negative, Against, adverse, opposed, antipathetical, antagonizing, incompatible, counter.
Usage examples for antagonistic
Now whereas in Italy, its original home, this took a warp definitely antagonistic to Christian faith and Christian ethics, in Northern Europe the new classical learning was harmonized with Christianity, and classical learning was applied to the interpretation of the Bible. – The Unity of Civilization by Various