Day-71 (Rancor)

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Word:
Rancor

Status:
Noun

Meaning:
An angry feeling of hatred or dislike towards someone who has treated you unfairly.

Sentences:
1) She answered her accusers calmly and without rancor.
2) In the end, the debate created a degree of rancor among the committee members.

Origin:
Middle English rancuor, from Anglo-French rancur, from Late Latine rancor.

First use:
14th century

Synonyms:
animosity, animus, antagonism, bad blood, bitterness

Antonyms:
amity, friendship

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