misanthropy


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Synonyms for misanthropy

cynicism

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hatred of mankind

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a disposition to dislike and mistrust other people

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There were the two sisters, the bride, and the artist--the latter in one of his customary fits of moody misanthropy.
and his shining face suffused with gladness, and his capacious waistcoat smiling in every wrinkle, and his jovial humour peeping from under the table in the very plumpness of his legs; a sight to turn the vinegar of misanthropy into purest milk of human kindness.
This state of things is naturally embittering; one can put up with annoyances in the house, but to have the stable made a scene of vexation and disgust is a point beyond what human flesh and blood can be expected to endure long together without danger of misanthropy.
I still had eighty thousand francs in my possession, and at first I meant to live a remote and solitary life, to vegetate in some country district for the rest of my days; but misanthropy is no Catholic virtue, and there is a certain vanity lurking beneath the hedgehog's skin of the misanthrope.
Her character acquired, necessarily, a secret misanthropy, which threw a tinge of bitterness into her conversation, and some severity into her eyes.
There are many men in London, you know, who, some from shyness, some from misanthropy, have no wish for the company of their fellows.
I found him well educated, with unusual powers of mind, but infected with misanthropy, and subject to perverse moods of alternate enthusiasm and melancholy.
Hatred for other people's ideas is biogotry; hatred for people of different skin colour, racism; hatred for foreigners is Xenophobia, tribal issues, political party crises, religious hatred, interdenominational hatred and even hatred for human nature is misanthropy.
Racial discrimination and misanthropy are serious maladies inherent to the social system of the U.
Racial discrimination and misanthropy are serious maladies inherent to the social system of the US, and they have been aggravated since Trump took office," according to the "White Paper on Human Rights Violations in the US in 2017", issued by the North's Institute of International Studies and circulated via the country's diplomatic mission in Geneva on Wednesday, presstv reported.
Julianne Giordano, now an inpatient oncology nurse, explains "Becoming a nurse simultaneously cured my misanthropy and chipped away at my deep-seated belief that I had nothing good or true to offer anyone.
Melancholic in youth and inclined to misanthropy in later life, Fantin-Latour was conscious that the most commercial strand of his output overshadowed everything else.
The world--at least the Bulgarian world--is mired in depression, corruption, and misanthropy.
A renowned architect, his point of view is not universally shared by students, critics, and colleagues--but this is of little consequence to Grafton-Hall, for he revels in his misanthropy.
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