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McKenzie considers topics such as how to grapple with climate change as an outdoors lover, or her discomfort with misanthropic coverage of overcrowding at parks.
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Bregman found study after study that debunked the cynical view, which he says has been influenced by bad science and misanthropic philosophers.
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The show may, in fact, turn out to be her and Carlock’s least misanthropic comedy to date.
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We believe it to be anti-Christian in its character, and misanthropic in its pretended sympathies.
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Dear Old Guy,—If you will bury yourself like a misanthropic badger, you can't expect to be written to by every post.
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I am not misanthropic: I have learned to bear my superiority with philosophy.
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It inclines one to hide, to sulk, to shut oneself away and become misanthropic.
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While always conscious of an overwhelming loss, he held it at bay by a misanthropic philosophy.
JOHN ERMINE OF THE YELLOWSTONEFREDERIC REMINGTON
We know what that work was, and how well he fulfilled it; from the misanthropic recluse, he became the Christian.
RUTLEDGEMIRIAM COLES HARRIS
But I returned to my room gloriously misanthropic, and for some time my thoughts, like bees, were busy gathering bitter honey.
MY WIFE AND IHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
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WORDS RELATED TO MISANTHROPIC

  • contemptuous
  • cynic
  • derisive
  • ironic
  • misanthropic
  • misanthropical
  • mocking
  • pessimistic
  • sarcastic
  • sardonic
  • scoffing
  • scornful
  • skeptical
  • sneering
  • suspicious
  • unbelieving
  • wry
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