Definition Of reantagonizing
cause (someone) to become hostile.
he antagonized many colleagues during the budget wars
Example Of reantagonizing
After all, it's a tiny place that earns a substantial part of its living by hosting the enormous EU bureaucracy so it's not the kind of country that stands to benefit from antagonising anybody.
Another approach is using drugs to antagonise the peripheral effects of opioids so that bowel dysfunction is reversed, speeding discharge from hospital.
But he quickly antagonises local people who want the land to be owned and used for the community's benefit.
Councils in Bolton and Manchester have also recently come under fire with calls from politicians to get a grip of wardens whose hard-line approach is antagonising motorists and driving shoppers out of the towns.
For example, oxytocin's calming effects are enhanced by estrogen, but antagonized by androgen, she notes.