antipathy noun

ADJ. deep, profound, strong, violent | growing, increasing | mutual They have a mutual antipathy to each other. | personal Despite his personal antipathy to me he was still able to be polite. | natural a natural antipathy towards people in authority

VERB + ANTIPATHY feel, have | express, show

PREP. ~ between There was a lot of antipathy between the two doctors. | ~ for his antipathy for his boss | ~ to/towards I feel a profound antipathy to using any weapon.