discordance (part of speech: noun)
conflict (part of speech: noun)
clamor, clash, hubbub, disagreement, difference, discordancy, brawl, dissension, dissidence, riot, warfare, dissonance, commotion, raucousness, feud, discord, squall, collision, harshness, imbroglio, row, squabble, strife, hassle, altercation, disharmony, cacophony
enmity (part of speech: noun)
bad blood, coldness, malevolence, contrariety, contention, discordance, alienation, friction, hard feelings, quarrelsomeness, unfriendliness, hostility, conflict, polarity, incompatibility, coolness, surliness, combativeness, inharmoniousness, opposition, resentment, spitefulness, tension, inimicality, adverseness, dislike, averseness
hate (part of speech: noun)
opposition (part of speech: noun)
- Fritz's exclamation might have roused eternal enmity in her if it had been uttered by another man. - "The Woman With The Fan", Robert Hichens.
- But it only served to increase his enmity towards Kiopo, and he nursed black revenge at the bottom of his evil heart. - "Dusty Star", Olaf Baker.
- Their enmity against the latter must be tenfold greater than it could be against any one else. - "The Lost Trail", Edward S. Ellis.