misogynist vs misanthropist

misogynist misanthropist


  • 1) One who displays prejudice against or looks down upon women.
  • 2) One who professes misogyny; a hater of women.
  • 3) One who hates or mistrusts women.
  • 4) A woman hater. Contrast misandrist.
  • 5) a misanthrope who dislikes women in particular
  • 6) A woman-hater.


  • 1) A misanthrope; a person who hates all mankind; a person who hates the human species.
  • 2) A misanthrope.
  • 3) someone who dislikes people in general
  • 4) Same as misanthrope.


  • 1) He was often called a misogynist.
  • 2) Many have spoken out to say the worst trolling comes not from misogynist men, but from fellow feminists.
  • 3) I would also say a woman's standard reaction to an observation like that is to call me a misogynist.
  • 4) All the same, it should be possible to query aspects of today's output without being called a misogynist.
  • 5) ‘A more depressing group of people it would be difficult to imagine: the boys are bullish jocks or arrogant misogynists, the girls are vain and self-obsessed.’
  • 6) ‘‘It is difficult to imagine what outright misogynists would have done differently,’ she railed.’
  • 7) ‘The more enthusiastic their patronising attempts at conversion, the more they reveal themselves to be intolerant, blinkered misogynists.’
  • 8) ‘Go give them some love: the editors need to know that the whiny misogynists aren't the only ones out there.’
  • 9) ‘Such misogynists felt that social consciousness necessarily meant inferior art.’
  • 10) ‘Similarly, rap music does not of itself make people take up drive-by shootings as a hobby or turn young men into misogynists.’
  • 11) ‘A pair of Mississippi misogynists were given a dressing down when a judge meted out a fitting punishment for their crimes.’
  • 12) ‘Over the years, she has become highly adept at deflecting personal criticism, smearing her accusers as misogynists who cannot bear the idea of a strong professional woman.’
  • 13) ‘In the most virulent homophobic works gays are effeminate, sarcastic males who lead meaningless lives; they disrupt families, are misogynists, and are marginal to black communities and institutions.’
  • 14) ‘I would have hoped as a society that by the 21st century we would be at the point where both sexes embraced that word-where we all identify as feminists unless we're just blatant misogynists.’
  • 15) ‘But they don't need to frame the argument in a way that implies that those who disagree with them are stone-age misogynists.’
  • 16) ‘Like me, these people know they are not racists or misogynists.’
  • 17) ‘Some women assume that players are really misogynists, but that generally isn't the case.’
  • 18) ‘Some reviewers have recoiled in horror from the film, denouncing him as a misogynist, a fake, a show-off, an incompetent director, and worse.’
  • 19) ‘I am not a misogynist, the opposite in fact, but I felt I had to make a stand for heterosexual male politics.’
  • 20) ‘His long attachment to Alexandrine is at odds with his reputation as a misogynist, which is derived from some of his paintings rather than from his copious personal writings.’
  • 21) ‘If we think of the average 18 th-century male as being a condescending misogynist, then Johnson confounds our expectations.’
  • 22) ‘It is not going too far to say that he was a misogynist.’
  • 23) ‘I am astonished that anyone would think I am a misogynist.’
  • 24) ‘You blame women for the downfall of man in the garden of Eden; you're a closet misogynist with an over-inflated IQ.’
  • 25) ‘She regards the androgyny, same-sex sexuality, or misogynist attitudes of the various male protagonists in these authors' works as transgressions of the two-gender model.’
  • 26) ‘Despite growing up in the segregated South and battling misogynist attitudes at every turn, Bessie realized her dream to become a pilot.’
  • 27) ‘With a style that was influenced by jazz, soul, reggae, and dub, she rapped lyrics and rhymes that addressed the misogynist attitude of her male peers.’
  • 28) ‘By doing so, it effectively attempts to remedy racist injustice by trivializing misogynist violence.’
  • 29) ‘When Judi Dench took over the role of ‘M’ in Goldeneye ten years ago, she famously told Bond: ‘I think you're a sexist, misogynist dinosaur’.’
  • 30) ‘The other side decries these assaults as blatantly sexist, misogynist exercises that have no place in modern society.’
  • 31) ‘The first section, for example, focuses on the sexist and sometimes misogynist practices that commonly exist within families.’
  • 32) ‘This feminist agenda led to an examination of how editorial policies contribute to perpetrating sexist and misogynist stereotypes of women.’
  • 33) ‘The focus on censoring pornography diverts attention from the root cause of discrimination and violence against women, of which violent, misogynist pornography is merely one symptom.’
  • 34) ‘Traditionally golf has kept the sexes apart, sometimes for misogynist reasons, but more often because women cannot hit the ball as far as men, and have courses set up accordingly, with the ladies' tees further forward than the men's.’
  • 35) ‘Broadly speaking, those who accept the general principles of the Enlightenment are under attack by those who reject them and who wish to impose their theocratic, feudal and misogynist concepts of order upon us.’
  • 36) ‘The fall of Rome had also made many of her laws recede into the distance, slowly; Roman statute law was notably more misogynist than the customary law of the tribal groups the empire had conquered.’
  • 37) ‘For as long as extensions have been added on to houses women have been plagued by misogynist workers, who swagger through their home as if in possession of secret knowledge which can only be shared by the brotherhood.’
  • 38) ‘In fact, by bringing the warlords back to power, the US Government has replaced one misogynist fundamentalist regime with another.’
  • 39) ‘The discussion on talk-back radio and in fan club chat rooms has unfortunately reflected misogynist myths common about rape.’
  • 40) ‘His story is about a love triangle with a brutal, misogynist ending.’
  • 41) ‘Yet within the military, misogynist culture and widespread sexual assault on servicewomen continues to prevail.’
  • 42) ‘This isn't situational realism, it's misogynist claptrap, the kind of stuff no one needs to see in the movies.’


  • 1) "misanthropist" who has vowed henceforth to call a spade a spade, and on the other the gentleman who cannot unlearn, in a trice, the usual forms of politeness, or even, it may be, just the honest fellow who, when called upon to put his words into practice, shrinks from wounding another's self-esteem or hurting his feelings.
  • 2) The author who has written off humanity despises Picasso for contorting the human figure, and our ardent misanthropist has an official in a Swiss euthanasia clinic righteously beaten up.
  • 3) LNN: What is your intended audience for this project, why so, and does your mother ever worry about you corrupting the world's youth with the ideas of an unrepentant (yet certainly gleeful) misanthropist?
  • 4) To bill it as a return to form would be a trashing of Allen's back catalogue, but it is a reminder of the glory days: indeed, it's a spruced-up version of a vehicle once intended for Zero Mostel, about a misanthropist scientist who spends his days insulting children and recuperating from suicide attempts.
  • 5) Relinquishing foreign fleshpots after his child appears on the scene, Everard comes home, undergoes a meaningless conversion, and turns into a "mean cold misanthropist" 192 instead.
  • 6) And as a dedicated misanthropist, I thought I had recognized a fellow soul in the author.

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