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inimical,

n a homeopathic remedy whose actions hinder, but do not counteract those of another. Also called
incompatible.
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Experiencing herself as utterly dominated, she determined to oppose him with the power of the weak: he was bad, not in the sense that he acted inimically to her will, but in the sense that he was evil.
Ours is a culture that pretends the interests of a mother and her child can somehow be inimically opposed - that what's destructive for the child might, in some sense, be good for the mother.
Experiencing herself as utterly dominated, she determined to oppose him with the power of the weak; he was "bad" not in the sense that he acted inimically to her will, but in the sense that he was evil.
Scruton touches on the position of Israel, and is inclined to view Israel as an emanation of Western culture, regarded inimically on this ground by Moslems.
Nevertheless, in the eyes of those inimically disposed, pantomime experience was categorically denied any claim on didactic discourse.
I am, for instance, a Janeite who found herself laughing at points in Clueless while the rest of the audience was, inimically, clueless.