His smart sayings and repartees were taken for wisdom, and his misanthropy and residence in a tub for philosophy!
Even his misanthropy is only an inverted form of social solicitude.
It will be said, for instance, that there are different kinds of misanthropy.
May my ears be cropped if the Imperator's melancholy and misanthropy are so intense!
He paused and smiled bitterly to himself, but Lucy was not in a mood to humor him in his misanthropy.
If such a mental attitude be indulged, misanthropy is the result.
It is sufficient that they were years of misanthropy and misery, almost of infidelity.
It is a pity I cannot, for I lose a good deal by my misanthropy.
Because she seldom escapes one of two evils, dupedom or misanthropy.
As his misanthropy deepened, he applied the same method to mankind at large.
misanthropy mis·an·thro·py (mĭs-ān'thrə-pē, mĭz-)
Hatred or mistrust of humankind.