Antagony

An`tag´o`ny


n.1.Contest; opposition; antagonism.
Antagony that is between Christ and Belial.
- Milton.
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He stressed that the region needs rationality and pragmatism instead of hostility and antagony which will lead to backwardness, divergence and the enemies' misuse.
The opposition between the characters Robyn Penrose and Marjorie Wilcox is an allegory of the antagony between the archetypal characters of a strong, intelligent, cultivated, modern woman and a weak, self-pitying, uncultivated, old-fashioned woman.