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Definition of Antagonize

Antagonize

  1. To contend with; to oppose actively; to counteract.
  2. To act in opposition.

Antagonize Quotations

You cannot antagonize and influence at the same time.
John Knox

About the only things that are unique to Earth are our biota and our culture. If aliens ever come here, they'd most likely be either biologists or music fans. Neither one has much reason to antagonize our armed forces.
Seth Shostak

If you're running for reelection in the House of Representatives race, you know, it's very important to you that you be on fairly good terms with the local affiliates in the largest market in your area. I mean you don't want to antagonize them.
Robert McChesney

For the most part, editors no longer view 'Doonesbury' as a rolling provocation, which is fine by me. It makes no sense to intentionally antagonize the very people on whose support you most depend.
Garry Trudeau

I never meant to antagonize anyone.
Mohammed Morsi
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Antagonize Translations

antagonize in Spanish is enemistarse, oponerse
antagonize in Swedish is egga upp