The noun antipathy means a feeling of strong dislike or opposition.
Synonyms are animosity, disgust, enmity, or hatred.
The word origins from Latin (1600) antipathia meaning “natural version, hostile feeling towards”, and from Greek antipatheia, abstract noun from antipathes meaning “opposed in feeling, having opposite feeling, in return for suffering”. It comes from anti meaning “opposite, against” plus pathein meaning “to suffer, feel”.
His movie shows intense antipathy towards corruption.
The antipathy between the two universities became worse.
The man shows no antipathy despite the unfair distribution of salary.