scorn, disfavor, crime, prejudice, spleen, revenge, offense, repellence, contempt, spite, disapproval, animus, abuse, ignominy, iniquity, liking, revulsion, plague, envy, horror, derision, curse, nuisance, annoyance, affection, see also, execration, grudge, ill will, repellency, devotion, pique, distaste, villainy, malignity, asperity, shame, odium, love, friendship, militancy, repugnancy, displeasure
emotion (part of speech: noun)
hate (part of speech: noun)
malevolence (part of speech: noun)
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
- She was glad, indeed, that Madame Patoff did not make her hatred and her suspicion topics for conversation with the rest of the family, and she was willing to suffer much in order that her aunt might confide in her alone, and behave herself with propriety and dignity before the others. - "Paul Patoff", F. Marion Crawford.
- Even when I heard that she had died a few years after her marriage the hatred didn't die. - "East of the Shadows", Mrs. Hubert Barclay.
- For his love had turned to hatred. - "The Man Who Rose Again", Joseph Hocking.