- s (usually followed by `to') strongly opposed
antipathetic to new ideas
- s characterized by antagonism or antipathy
antipathetic factions within the party
- Andr Gide found himself growing more and more antipathetic to the orthodox ''revolutionary" line: "The spirit which is today held to be counter-revolutionary is that same .
- Something of great import to all Cuba leaked out of President Roosevelt's Warm Springs swimming pool last week: able Ambassador Sumner Welles, known to be antipathetic to the .
- The Chinese political leaders are not entirely antipathetic to these plans, but insist that if they are only left to themselves they can deal with the present political situation.
- Alexander Downer in The Australian
Downer told The Weekend Australian: "Dick Woolcott can do what he likes with his correspondence; his antipathetic views of the Government are well known."