Definition of Misanthropies

1. Noun. (plural of misanthropy) ¹



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Definition of Misanthropies

1. misanthropy [n] - See also: misanthropy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Misanthropies

misandrist
misandristic
misandrists
misandronist
misandronists
misandrous
misandry
misangas
misannotation
misannotations
misanthrope
misanthropes
misanthropic
misanthropical
misanthropically
misanthropies (current term)
misanthropist
misanthropists
misanthropy
misapplication
misapplications
misapplied
misapplies
misapply
misapplying
misappraisal
misappraisals
misappreciated
misappreciation
misappreciations

Literary usage of Misanthropies

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1872)
"The misanthropies and stage tortures, the dark despairs and secret crimes, were far more comprehensible to them than were the true depths of nature, ..."

2. The Methodist Review (1867)
"So cheery a spirit, so perfect a freedom from misanthropies and bitter skepticisms, so inborn a sympathy with the beautiful and the sacred, such startling ..."

3. Maria Edgeworth by Helen Zimmern (1883)
"He hates Mr. Day in spite of all his good qualities; he says he knows he could not bear that sort of man, who has such pride and misanthropies about trifles ..."

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