Noun(1) hatred of mankind(2) a disposition to dislike and mistrust other people
(1) But there are only so many times you can hear people say ├ö├ç├┐Ooh, lovely├ö├ç├û right next to your ear before the words lose what little meaning they have and you're bubbling with misanthropy .(2) But the misogyny gives way later in the series to a more general misanthropy .(3) They almost teach us a response to status anxiety that you could almost call intelligent misanthropy .(4) In film after film, Kubrick's misanthropy - the magisterial technique that reduced the actors in his films to stick figures carrying out his bidding - represented the triumph of the mechanical over the human.(5) The misanthropy that many of them nonetheless express, verges on the criminal.(6) the streak of misanthropy in his nature(7) Indeed, a lot of the performances from the early 1990s give a misleading image of an arrogant American with a hefty streak of misanthropy .(8) Reading Cat's Eye in my early twenties was a kind of auto-psychoanalysis, a way out of the legacy of misanthropy , suppressed rage and cosmic sense of inadequacy that had been the legacy of my teenage years.(9) It dooms me to a life of skepticism, indecision, disgust, and often misanthropy .(10) Even in the depths of my misanthropy , I must admit to being upset by the situations that some people actually have to survive in.(11) There was not a single indication of self-criticism, not a word to explain how things could get to a stage where young persons aged 16 know just hatred and misanthropy .(12) Some find their natural optimism about human nature corrected by the doctrine of the Fall; some find their natural misanthropy corrected by the commandments to love our neighbor and our enemy.(13) I can also detect in my writing my essential misanthropy rearing its ugly head.(14) It's a work fuelled by revulsion, by misanthropy in general, not specifically by homophobia.(15) He carries in him the salutary misanthropy of a man who has occasionally found himself unpleasant company - an intuition that can act as a restraint and that has nothing in common with the swagger of assured innocence.(16) I laugh sardonically at the news broadcasts for their dreadful misanthropy .
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