misology

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noun mi·sol·o·gy \mə-ˈsä-lə-jē\

Definition of misology

  1. :  a hatred of argument, reasoning, or enlightenment

Origin and Etymology of misology

Greek misologia, from misein + -logia -logy


First Known Use: circa 1834


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