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|Look up antagonist, antagonistic, or antagonists in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
An antagonist is a character opposing the protagonist in literature.
Antagonist may also refer to:
- Antagonist (muscle), a muscle type
- Receptor antagonist, a class of drugs that bind to but do not trigger a receptor
- Physiological antagonists, a drug that produces an opposite effect (without blocking the same receptor)
- Antagonist A.D., a New Zealand metalcore band
- Antagonist (band), metalcore band from Whittier, California
- The Antagonists, a 1971 novel by Ernest K. Gann about the siege of Masada
- The Antagonists (TV series), a 1991 American television series
- Antagonist, a book in Childe Cycle by Gordon R. Dickson and David W. Wixon
- Antagonist (album), the debut album of the German Metalcore band Maroon
- HMS Antagonist
- Antagonism (disambiguation)
- Agonist, a chemical that binds to a receptor of a cell and triggers a response by that cell
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