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Such mind-bending antics aren’t for everyone, and Rick and Morty also has a streak of wild misanthropy that will alienate some viewers.
Among the many elements that Coover imitates so well is Twain’s misanthropy, his macabre sense of humor and his perpetually offended innocence.
But this was less partisan politics than the strategic use of misanthropy to hide from one’s own self-hatred—or at least that is the overwhelming impression given by Sherman’s book.
Santino, back in my good graces after his role in the trainwreck that was ABC's Mixology, brings a welcome dash of grumpy misanthropy.
But Pie takes those beliefs to their extreme, shouting down opponents in a tangled, profane rush of misanthropy and ire.
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MISANTHROPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of misanthropy for English Language Learners
: dislike or hatred of other people
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