Examples of antagonize in a Sentence
He didn't mean to antagonize you.
Her comments antagonized many people.
Recent Examples of antagonize from the Web
While Gundogan attempted to distance himself from the incident in Britain, Ozil has maintained his silence – antagonizing the same people who said the issue had been dealt with before the World Cup.
Blogger Erick Erickson wrote that Trump antagonized the G7 then made kissy face with a man who routinely murders his own people.
Witnesses said that even as the teens were peacefully leaving, Sebby-Strempel continued to antagonize them.
Yet the project has antagonized the Afghanistan government, which does not consider this border line, known as the Durand line, as the fair and official boundary between the two neighbors.
But Marquardt said police were unable to arrest him, and that the staff was afraid to antagonize him by taking him to court.
Most pitchers wouldn't dream of antagonizing Tennessee Tech.
Most pitchers wouldn’t dream of antagonizing Tennessee Tech.
On Thursday, the 76ers and former president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo agreed to part ways amid a scandal involving burner Twitter accounts that disclosed sensitive team information and antagonized multiple players on the roster.
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ANTAGONIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of antagonize for English Language Learners
: to cause (someone) to feel hostile or angry : to irritate or upset (someone)
ANTAGONIZE Defined for Kids
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