[ mi-soj-uh-nis-tik, mahy‐ ]
/ mɪˌsɒdʒ əˈnɪs tɪk, maɪ‐ /
reflecting or exhibiting hatred, dislike, mistrust, or mistreatment of women.
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Sometimes mi·sog·y·nic, mi·sog·y·nous.
Definition for misogynic (2 of 2)
[ mi-soj-uh-nee, mahy- ]
/ mɪˈsɒdʒ ə ni, maɪ- /
hatred, dislike, or mistrust of women, or prejudice against women.
Related formsmi·sog·y·nic, mi·sog·y·nous, mi·sog·y·nis·tic, adjectivemi·sog·y·nist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for misogynic
/ (mɪˈsɒdʒɪnɪ, maɪ-) /
hatred of women
Derived Formsmisogynist, noun, adjectivemisogynistic or misogynous, adjective
Word Origin for misogyny
C17: from Greek, from miso- + gunē woman
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Word Origin and History for misogynic (1 of 2)
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Medicine definitions for misogynic
[ mĭ-sŏj′ə-nē ]
Hatred of women.
Related formsmi•sog′y•nist n.mi•sog′y•nis′tic adj.
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