Definition of inimically in English:


Pronunciation /-ik(ə)lē/


See inimical

‘The warning angered lawmakers and public officials who said the U.S. acted inimically against a traditional ally.’
  • ‘They could meet another species which is inimically superior, and lose faith in themselves.’
  • ‘In our context, the Diocese consists of 22 different ethnic groups, some of which are inimically inclined towards others.’
  • ‘When an inimically divorced couple meets up again at the formal wedding of their somewhat humiliated daughter, their animosity is rekindled on sight.’
  • ‘They did not see the museum's artifacts and documents as inimically hostile to their point of view.’