Synonyms for Antipathetic:
distressful, difficult, opposing, burdensome, inauspicious, tragic, unlucky, woeful, detrimental, unfortunate, unfavorable, troublesome, untoward, disastrous, grievous, unfriendly, hard, adverse, catastrophic, miserable, perilous, calamitous, unpropitious.
loth, loath, indisposed, antipathetical, averse.
contentious, warring, dissident, dissonant, rioting, raucous, bickering, cacophonous, loath, brawling, disharmonious, clamoring, clashing, antagonistic, Squabbling, feuding, differing, dissenting, colliding, hostile, tense, harsh, discordant, conflicting, rowing.
disparaging, abusive, jeering, mocking, flippant, insulting, scornful, scoffing, derisive, contemptuous, sardonic, disdainful, sarcastic, deprecative, satirical, Ridiculing.
unfriendly, nasty, hostile, antagonistic, averse.
adversarial, oppositional, averse.
n.oppositional, opposed, support, adversarial. foul, loathsome, despicable, filthy, disgusting, abhorrent, Despisable, vile, odious, repugnant, infamous, good, rotten, nefarious, obnoxious, shabby, wretched, contemptible, abominable, nasty, detestable, low, mean, lousy. •antipathetic (noun)
averse, disinclined, loth, hostile, loath, indisposed, antagonistic, antipathetical.
oppositional, repugnant, Despisable, adversarial. despicable, abominable, lousy, vile, nefarious, loathsome, abhorrent, obnoxious, detestable, opposed, odious, contemptible. wretched, disgusting, infamous, shabby. filthy. low. rotten. foul, nasty. •Other relevant words:
disinclined, filthy, contemptible, obnoxious, nasty, abhorrent, odious, despicable, rotten, averse, lousy, detestable, repugnant, vile, adversarial, opposed, antipathetical, indisposed, loth, infamous, abominable, Despisable, mean, disgusting, oppositional, nefarious, low, shabby, loathsome, antagonistic, foul, wretched.
Usage examples for antipathetic
To the aesthetic, sensuous, pagan pleasure in natural life and lush womanhood which his son Angel had lately been experiencing in Var Vale, his temper would have been antipathetic in a high degree, had he either by inquiry or imagination been able to apprehend it. – Tess of the d'Urbervilles A Pure Woman by Thomas Hardy
Canvassing appears to be mixed up in the system; at least I hope I have shown that it will not do to reverse the process, for fear of changes leading to a sovereignty of the austere and antipathetic Intellect in our England, that would be an inaccessible tyranny of a very small minority, necessarily followed by tremendous convulsions. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith