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The ABSTRACT NOUN of  enemy is enemity.
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The answer is 'Enmity'.

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Abstract noun are those nouns can only be felt and be seen or touch
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Water is a compound made up of hydrogen and oxygen, so pure water would be water that contains nothing but hydrogen and oxygen. However, pure water of this sort does not normally exist except in the controlled environment of a laboratory. Even in a laboratory pure water is hard to come by.
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