Definition of hostile :
1. An enemy; esp., an American Indian in arms against the whites; - commonly in the plural.
2. Belonging or appropriate to an enemy; showing the disposition of an enemy; showing ill will and malevolence, or a desire to thwart and injure; occupied by an enemy or enemies; inimical; unfriendly; as, a hostile force; hostile intentions; a hostile country; hostile to a sudden change.
inimical, opposing, contradictory, uncongenial, ill, scrappy, unlike, strange, foreign, at loggerheads, irreconcilable, antipathetical, enemy, head-on, combatant, unreconcilable, dirty, irrelevant, love, attitude, unconnected, contrasted, pugnacious, distant, inappropriate, impertinent, attack, inhospitable, unfavourable, remote, opposed, opponent, incompatible, unfavorable
conflicting (part of speech: adjective)
conflicting, dissonant, rowing, loath, tense, colliding, cacophonous, dissenting, rioting, antagonistic, squabbling, differing, dissident, contentious, bickering, feuding, clamoring, raucous, disharmonious, clashing, discordant, warring, brawling, antipathetic, harsh
aggressive (part of speech: adjective)
discordant (part of speech: adjective)
malevolent (part of speech: adjective)
hateful, sinister, malignant, baleful, evil, nasty, catty, malevolent, foul, mean, sullen, ill-natured, venomous, spiteful, bitter, perfidious, hurtful, rancorous, baneful, virulent, vindictive, treacherous, wicked, malicious, churlish, black-hearted, corrosive, vicious
sullen (part of speech: adjective)
glum, broody, grumpy, dissociable, dour, surly, obstinate, moping, uncooperative, beetle-browed, unsociable, contrary, dejected, sulky, cross, unfriendly, cynical, irascible, scowling, cantankerous, long-faced, crabby, noncooperative, fretful, ungenial, glowering, grim, frowning, sour, gloomy, morose, dark, melancholy, petulant, moody, grouchy
- " I have never for a moment had a hostile feeling towards you," said Luis, offering his hand, which the other took, with a grateful expression on his countenance. - "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.
- They went well- armed in case any hostile natives might appear, though the country people in general showed a friendly disposition. - "The Three Lieutenants", W.H.G. Kingston.
- Late at night, Blasco Nunez was informed of the hostile preparations of the judges. - "History-of-the-Conquest-of-Peru-with-a-preliminary-view-of-the-civilization-of-the-Incas", Prescott, William Hickling.