Inimicitious In*im`i*ci"tious, a. [L. inimicitia enmity. See {Inimical}.] Inimical; unfriendly. [R.] --Sterne. [1913 Webster]

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  • inimicitious — in·im·i·ci·tious …   English syllables

  • inimicitious — ə̇|nimə|sishəs adjective Etymology: Latin inimicitia hostility (from inimicus enemy + tia, suffix used to form abstract nouns) + English ous archaic : inimical …   Useful english dictionary

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