enemyhood (uncountable)

  1. The state, condition, or quality of being an enemy; enmity; enemyship.
    • 2005, Stefano Guzzini, Anna Leander, Constructivism and International Relations:
      So Wendt's contention can be restated as follows: no state identity of enemyhood without the Hobbesian international culture and no Hobbesian international culture without the state identity of enemyhood, logically.
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