misanthropist

[ mis-uh n-throhp, miz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF misanthropist

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It was evident, that, had he not been a courtier, he would have been a misanthropist.

Most people hate the misanthropist even if they are forced to admire his power.

As one may glean from her verbal tilt with Sandeau, she was not a recluse or a misanthropist.

I don't believe you're half the misanthropist you make yourself out.

I fear he will finally become a misanthropist, but I am not very sure.

She had just been staying in the house of the misanthropist.

Though not a misanthropist, he appears in general to have preferred solitary communion with nature to human society.

The misanthropist Alceste is nobly fanatical on behalf of sincerity and rectitude.

Nature, together with the character of his time, made the great Dean a misanthropist.

He was no misanthropist, rather a philanthropist in the true sense of the word.

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