Etymology
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misanthropy (n.)

"hatred or dislike of mankind, the habit of taking the worst possible view of human character and motives," 1650s, from Greek misanthrōpia "hatred of mankind," from misanthrōpos "hating mankind" (see misanthrope).

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Definitions of misanthropy

misanthropy (n.)
hatred of mankind;
misanthropy (n.)
a disposition to dislike and mistrust other people;
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