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Noun: rancor  rang-kur
Usage: US (elsewhere: rancour)
  1. A feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
    "their rancor dated from a political dogfight between them";
    - resentment, bitterness, gall, rancour [Brit, Cdn], hard feelings, bile, acrimoniousness

Sounds like: raising, razing, rrancor, rancour

Derived forms: rancors

Type of: enmity, hostility, ill will

Encyclopedia: Rancor