The noun animosity means the strong dislike or unfriendly feeling to something or someone.
Synonyms are antagonism, bitterness, hate, or ill will.
The word origins from Old French (early 15th century) animosité meaning “vigor, bravery”, directly from Latin animositatem meaning “boldness, vehemence”. The sense of “active hostile feeling” was first recorded in the Latin 1600s.
She has no animosity towards her haters despite their negative comments.
The strong influence of the British on the Nile provoked the animosity of the French.
It is not easy to be happy for them when all we can feel is animosity.