noun mis·an·dry \ˈmi-ˌsan-drē\

Definition of MISANDRY

:  a hatred of men
mis·an·drist \-drist\ noun or adjective

Origin of MISANDRY

mis- (as in misanthropy) + andr- + 2-y
First Known Use: circa 1909

Rhymes with MISANDRY


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