enmity (part of speech: noun)
dislike, alienation, hard feelings, combativeness, conflict, spitefulness, opposition, inimicality, surliness, adverseness, wrath, antagonism, coldness, resentment, averseness, tension, bad blood, hatred, quarrelsomeness, animosity, hostility, antipathy, malice, contention, unfriendliness, discordance, enmity, contrariety, rancor, coolness, loathing, bitterness, incompatibility, polarity, inharmoniousness, friction
sullenness (part of speech: noun)
fretfulness, moodiness, irascibility, glumness, cantankerousness, long-facedness, grouchiness, gloominess, darkness, cynicism, sourness, obstinacy, melancholy, sullenness, crabbiness, dejection, grimness, dourness, moroseness, sulkiness, petulance, crossness, contrariness, grumpiness
malevolence (part of speech: noun)
- I feel, too, the want of a person there to whose discretion I can trust confidential communications, and on whose friendship I can rely against the unjust designs of malevolence. - "Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson", Thomas Jefferson.
- However, I treated this proposition with the silent contempt that it merited; and this drew down the malevolence of the Rump, of which this Cleary now formed a part. - "Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq. Volume 3", Henry Hunt.
- The place of the priest was taken by the sorcerer, who knew the spells that could avert the malevolence of the " spirits" or bring down their blessings upon mankind. - "Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations", Archibald Sayce.