Definition of misanthropic in English:
Having or showing a dislike of other people; unsociable: a misanthropic drunken loner with his misanthropic outlook, he was an ugly character
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- Kubrick, of course, is eternally categorised as cold, unemotional, misanthropic, somehow inhuman.
- However, the aggressive and misanthropic nature of the imperialist power system, the denial of any democratic conditions, finds its most visible expression in it.
- It is possible that you are antisocial, misanthropic, or in need of a good shrink.
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- Martin, the hero, is the grandson of old Martin Chuzzlewit, a wealthy gentleman made misanthropical by the greed of his family.
- With him, we may fear, it was a source of misanthropical bitterness, poisoning all the springs of happiness.
- In 1957, Orson Welles finished filming his last American film, a lurid and misanthropical thriller, Touch of Evil.
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- The sudden stop is as misanthropically cynical and arbitrary as the track's brutal beginning and will either summon hangman's smiles from the listener or sighs of exasperation.
- Another character who is misanthropically withdrawn finds redemption in slow stages, progressing from ordinary decency to true heroism.
- He was too busy eating hot dogs, his face distorted by the meat, his dark feral eyes gleaming misanthropically into the field of play.
Pronunciation: /mɪs(ə)nˈθrɒpɪk(ə)l/ /mɪz(ə)nˈθrɒpɪk(ə)l/adjective
Pronunciation: /mɪs(ə)nˈθrɒpɪk(ə)li/ /mɪz(ə)nˈθrɒpɪk(ə)li/adverb
Words that rhyme with misanthropicectopic, gyroscopic, heliotropic, horoscopic, isotopic, isotropic, kaleidoscopic, macroscopic, microscopic, myopic, philanthropic, phototropic, telescopic, topic, tropic
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