/ˈɛn mɪ ti/


1 a the quality of being an enemy. b hostile or unfriendly disposition. 2 a a state of opposition. b hostility.

Oliver never understood the enmity his wife had for her younger sister. She’d obfuscate when he asked, only saying that that they never got along. She would not open up no matter how he pressed, and so, after some weeks, Oliver suspended his inquiry. But Oliver didn’t have to wait too long for the answer. Later, when the family came together for the holidays, Oliver found himself alone with his sister-in-law. It was the first time this had happened in ten years of marriage. She slid over to Oliver, put her hands on his shoulders, and looked deeply into his eyes. She reached for his crotch and dropped to her knees. She pulled out his cock and brought it closer to her mouth. “Oh boy,” he said. “Oh boy.”

Cite this Entry

Modern Language Association (MLA Style)

“Enmity.” The Effin’ Word, The Effin’ Word, https://effinwords.com/dictionary/enmity. Accessed 23 July 2024.

The Effin’ Word, s.v. “enmity”, accessed July 23, 2024, https://effinwords.com/dictionary/enmity.

The Effin’ Word. (n.d.). Enmity. In The Effin’ Word. Retrieved July 23, 2024, from https://effinwords.com/dictionary/enmity

Like how we used enmity in a sentence?