foeship
Noun

foeship (uncountable)

  1. Condition of possessing any enemies.
    • 1914, George Laurence Gomme, London, CHAPTER VI, The Institution Of The City, page 155 ↗:
      Foeship was still the note, not friendship, and in order to gain the key not only to the origin of gilds, but to their operations and their development, this must be kept in mind.
  2. enmity
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