Hostile [adjective]

Definition of Hostile:

antagonistic, mean

Opposite/Antonyms of Hostile:

Sentence/Example of Hostile:

He created a hostile work environment, but he did not fire you.

Ever since, advocates have argued that NDAs are a silencing mechanism that help perpetuate hostile work environments by keeping complaints hidden from the public.

In America’s uncivil war, both sides may hate the other, but one side — conservatives and Republicans — is more hostile and aggressive, increasingly willing to engage in anti-democratic and even violent attacks on their perceived enemies.

Each sister made her way through a hostile medical terrain with crucial support from family members and both male and female supporters.

He’s also one of the few scientists who can speak credibly to people of faith, who in some circles have come to regard science as hostile to their beliefs.

The incident, coupled with other hostile rhetoric and Greene’s refusal to abide by rules and protocols put in place because of the pandemic, prompted Bush to decide to move her office away from Greene’s for safety reasons, the Missouri lawmaker said.

Scheidler’s detractors, including some within the antiabortion movement, said he stretched the boundaries of free expression and created hostile environments.

At Glover’s direction, Kyle went to an area where the crowd at first did not seem overly hostile.

Aunna Dennis, executive director of Common Cause Georgia, has been wary of what she describes as “angry mobs” at the Capitol, explaining that “there has been a hostile presence with the Stop the Steal rallies.”

The pandemic brought with it extreme changes in customer behavior, unprecedented government restrictions, and an overall hostile economic environment.