|calmly, tranquilly; quietly; nonviolently, without hostility, peaceably||peacefully|
|accept something reluctantly, leave a job, quit an office or position; relinquish, give up, abdicate; submit to, quietly accept, relinquish a claim||resign|
|act of making a scapegoat of someone or something; act or process of placing blame on others; act or process of making another person the object of hostility||scapegoating|
|act of slipping, be forgotten, cloth covering, cutting, deformation of a crystal, delicate young person, disengage the clutch, dislocate a bone, err, error, fail to engage, get worse, glide, move smoothly and easily; sneak, move quietly; slide; slowly ...||slip|
|act or sound of sniffling, inhale mucus, make a snuffling sound through the nose, sniff repeatedly in order to clear fluids from the nose, slight cold, snuffle, act of inhaling through the nose with an audible snuffling sound, weep quietly||sniffle|
|acts of hostility, fighting, warfare||hostilities|
|alienate, cause hostility, disaffect; separate, keep away, cause to stop being friendly||estrange|
|alienation, disaffection, hostility; separation||estrangement|
|animosity, hostility, antagonism, hatred||enmity|
|apathetically, unemotionally, undemonstratively; calmly; without sensitivity to pain||impassively|
|at small price, bad weather region, below average, close to the ground, close to the ground; softly, quietly; vulgarly; in an inferior manner; near depletion, almost gone, containing small amount, deep in pitch, dispirited, in low position, lacking mon...||low|
|be defrosted, be softened, be warm enough to melt ice, become less cold, become less hostile, lessening of hostility, process of thawing, process of melting; warm spell, period characterized by warm weather; decrease in tension or hostility, warmer wea...||thaw|
|be displaced slightly, crawl; climb; sneak, move along quietly and slowly, creeping movement, deform from heat or stress, deformation of metal under stress, deformation of rocks under stress, gradually develop, move near the ground, move quietly, movem...||creep|
|be involved in a bitter and lengthy quarrel, continuous hostility, enmity, vendetta, antagonism, continuing conflict (especially between families); row, argument, fief, long violent dispute, participate in feud||feud|
|bear prematurely, born early, move furtively, move sexily, premature animal, prematurely born animal (especially a calf), sneak, move quietly or furtively; give birth prematurely (especially of cows)||slink|
|behave hesitantly or speak vaguely, move stealthily, move cautiously, sneak quietly||pussyfoot|
|being opposed; negativeness, hostility, antagonism||adverseness|
|belligerence, hostility; aggressiveness, warlike state, state of war||belligerency|
|bitter conflict or rivalry, hostility, discord; fight, quarrel, striving||strife|
|calmly and unemotionally, equally, in balance, smoothly; impartially, fairly; equally; calmly, steadily, uniformly, with equal spacing||evenly|
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