The word "enmity" most nearly means acrimony.
"Enmity" is a feeling of deep-seated dislike or hostility. It is often accompanied by anger, resentment, and a desire to harm the other person.
"Acrimony" is a bitter or hostile attitude or feeling. It is often expressed in harsh or angry words.
The other options do not have the same meaning as enmity.
- "Accord" means a state of agreement or harmony.
- "Embellishment" is the act of adding decorative or unnecessary details to something.
- "Fustian" is pompous or inflated language.