abominable, filthy, detestable, loathsome, support, indisposed, good, adversarial, loth, odious, contemptible, abhorrent, averse, lousy, repugnant, rotten, despicable, infamous, counter, despisable, incompatible, mean, low, nasty, nefarious, disgusting, obnoxious, opposed, vile, shabby, disinclined, oppositional, foul, wretched, antipathetical
adverse (part of speech: adjective)
distressful, unlucky, calamitous, inauspicious, hard, unfortunate, disastrous, catastrophic, unfavorable, adverse, tragic, miserable, perilous, burdensome, woeful, unpropitious, troublesome, untoward, opposing, difficult, detrimental, unfriendly, grievous
contemptuous (part of speech: adjective)
conflicting (part of speech: adjective)
contentious, feuding, rowing, loath, tense, conflicting, clamoring, dissident, rioting, antagonistic, squabbling, discordant, dissonant, differing, brawling, harsh, clashing, raucous, dissenting, colliding, disharmonious, warring, cacophonous, bickering, hostile
- " To- night," answered Denzil, with an antipathetic eye. - "Carnac's Folly, Volume 2.", Gilbert Parker.
- Dr Usher, the American historian, dismisses the whole notion, on the ground that the United States and Latin America are utterly unlike, unsympathetic and even antipathetic to one another. - "South America and the War", F. A. Kirkpatrick.
- He spoke in such a casual, even antipathetic tone that Adam was startled. - "The Matador of the Five Towns and Other Stories", Arnold Bennett.