an·tag·o·nis·tic /(ˌ)ænˌtægəˈnɪstɪk/ 形容詞
An·tag·o·nis·tic An·tag·o·nis·tic·al a. Opposing in combat, combating; contending or acting against; as, antagonistic forces. -- An*tag*o*nis*tic*al*ly, adv.
They were distinct, adverse, even antagonistic. --Milman.
adj 1: indicating opposition or resistance [syn: counter]
2: characterized by antagonism or antipathy; "slaves
antagonistic to their masters"; "antipathetic factions
within the party" [syn: antipathetic, antipathetical]
3: arousing animosity or hostility; "his antagonizing
brusqueness"; "Europe was antagonistic to the Unites
States" [ant: conciliatory]
4: used especially of drugs or muscles that counteract or
neutralize each other's effect [syn: incompatible] [ant:
5: opposing or neutralizing or mitigating an effect by contrary
action [syn: counteractive] [ant: active]
6: incapable of harmonious association