stresses the mutual hostility or enmity of persons, forces, etc.
suggests bitterness of feeling that tends to break out in open hostility
usually suggests enmity expressed in active opposition, attacks, etc.
denotes a strong, settled feeling of hatred, whether concealed, displayed, or latent
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Great popularity necessarily brings with it bitter enmity and genuine criticism.
This won him the enmity of the Dutch Socialists.
It is stated that the enmity against him was so great that now, as on other occasions, attempts were made to assassinate him.
He was a consenting party to the murder of Darnley, although he had favoured his marriage with Mary, but the enmity between Bothwell and himself was one of the reasons which drove him into the arms of the queen's enemies, among whom he figured at Langside.
The Pawnees contested the plains against the Sioux with undying enmity.