Before people who were not intimate, who were, in fact, antipatheticto him, Blake would abuse Stothard roundly and criticise him wantonly.
His genius, atmosphere, and modes of thought were antipathetic to his age, and his aims and achievement proved so difficult to understand from the point of view of that day, that he was summarily and uncomprehendingly set down as mad.
When engaged in chewing and eating their favourite nuts, they find themselves, in spite of their cunning, raised to a great height, without seeing the man underneath their pedestal, who impels them upwards with antipathetic electricity.
It is saturated with the antipathetic solution, of which I have spoken above.
The waters of this river are very prejudicial to man; perhaps the qualities which make them agreeable to the beast render them antipathetic to man's constitution.
Nothing could be more antipathetic to the French State.
He was now at liberty to indulge that antipathetic feeling towards Godwin Peak which sundry considerations had hitherto urged him to repress.
I can't quite say why I dislike her so, but she grows more antipathetic to me the better I know her.
Flaxman's Epicureanism, the easy tolerance with which, now that the effervescence of his youth had subsided, the man harboured and dallied with a dozen contradictory beliefs, were at times peculiarly antipatheticto Elsmere.
There seems to be something peculiarly antipathetic in her to the squire.
The most probable explanation of this mortifying luke-warmness is that Rubinstein does not care for my music, that my musical temperament is antipathetic to him.
To the composer of the "Ocean Symphony" Tchaikovsky's earliest essays in composition were as antipathetic as Eugene Oniegin and the Fifth Symphony.
Wagner's personality and tendencies were antipathetic to him; but while the inspired music of the latter found an echo in his heart, the works of Brahms left him cold.
On that day the antipathetic pair were so impressed with the dignities and responsibilities of their position that they treated each other with royal magnanimity.
To Roger Carbury, Felix was a vicious young man, peculiarly antipathetic to himself, to whom no respect whatever was due.
And the people she did receive were antipathetic to Miss Longestaffe.
These Saracinesca are naturally antipathetic to you,' he observed, 'and I daresay you would not be sorry if one of them put his ears in pawn at my bank.
You two are antipathetic to each other,' she said at last, using the phrase because it was vague and implied no fault on either side.
She had had the microscopic eye--nothing could blind her to facts--and her starts and shrinkings had made her antipathetic to most of the persons with whom she had come in contact.
Hilda was unreasonably but sincerely antipathetic to her new neighbours.
He, my chief, attracted me, in spite of the fact that I was antipatheticto him in most things.
When I was a young man who gave promise of a future, which I had not fulfilled, I received as a colleague in my work a man whom I at once felt to be antipathetic to me, and who hated me.
Physically and morally he had yielded his claim to any share in that province of the sun, that his race had conquered and annexed only to find it antipathetic to its needs.
He spoke such things as these and more of a kindred sort to her, being still swayed by the antipathetic wave which warps direct souls with such persistence when once their vision finds itself mocked by appearances.
It is certainly worth considering whether an expatriated, denationalised race, used for ages to live among antipathetic populations, must not inevitably lack some conditions of nobleness.
Chopin now is morbid, here are all his most antipathetic qualities.
Sand was antipathetic to Chopin but her technique for overcoming masculine coyness was as remarkable in its particular fashion as Chopin's proficiency at the keyboard.