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  • Therefore they may not directly risk each his own and his antagonist's life. Cited from Moral Philosophy, by Joseph Rickaby, S. J
  • The antagonists would later meet in battle several times during the war.
  • The character eventually grew into the series' primary antagonist in the second season.
  • This was the first time in her long career that she played the role of an antagonist.
  • For example, many stories include characters who fear the antagonist of the plot.
  • Both antagonists and Police units make use of the car in this episode.
  • He was introduced at the beginning of the show's second season as a new antagonist.
  • He is perhaps one of the few non-violent antagonists in the series.
  • He is the central antagonist of the latter part of the book.
  • The location of the antagonist's house was an important factor during production.
  • He has stated that his character should have been portrayed as the film's antagonist.
  • This is the first publicly announced top-level meeting between the two antagonists since the conflict began.
  • He is one of the two main antagonists of the film.
  • They are largely meant as antagonists rather than player characters.
  • He serves as one of two main antagonists of the film.
  • The antagonists for this series break down into three types based on season and story arc.
  • No wonder she never lets go, once her arms are around her antagonist's neck! Cited from Damn! by Henry Louis Mencken
  • He is the main antagonist, yet also the hero, in the play.
  • Like some of the other antagonists, he is not entirely evil.
  • Often the protagonists of one book can become the antagonists in another book.
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Meaning of antagonist

  • noun A muscle that relaxes while another contracts
    when bending the elbow the triceps are the antagonist
  • noun A drug that neutralizes or counteracts the effects of another drug