misanthropical[ mis-uhn-throp-ik, miz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF misanthropical
Synonyms for misanthropical
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MISANTHROPICAL
But they will all have gone, not one of them will have been misanthropical enough to remain at home.
But this distinguished era is blotted by no one misanthropical vice.
He set out alone; not that he was in the least misanthropical; but he was a poet.
The trouble is the pleasure, in most cases, most misanthropical miss!
In noticing the solitary meal of the Maldivian islander, another reason may be alleged for this misanthropical repast.
Thus, no less magnanimous than Lionel, did this misanthropical man follow his ungracious cousin.
These are the "misanthropical" laws of the Jews of which Tacitus speaks with such deep aversion.
Under such circumstances, he had thrown down his pen in misanthropical despair.
She knew she could trust Silas Dixon, although he was a surly, misanthropical sort of man.
A porter at a little roadside station may be pardoned if he is misanthropical.