inamicable

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

in- +‎ amicable

Adjective[edit]

inamicable (comparative more inamicable, superlative most inamicable)

  1. Not amicable; unfriendly or hostile.
    The children suffered through their parents' inamicable divorce.
    The peace talks became inamicable and the participants fired insults at each other.