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Misanthrope

exposes frivolity and inconsistency of French society (1600s). [Fr. Lit.: Le Misanthrope]
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Misanthropic comedian Doug Stanhope's a big fan, there's a clue.
A misanthropic lead makes this humorous, character-driven novel impossible to forget.
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He suffered psychological and physical abuse from his father, yet this early awareness of injustice helped shape the author's misanthropic characters.
Let us end a misguided and misanthropic effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
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The book is a monologue by a wickedly misanthropic stand-up comic, and it's scurrilous, rancid, and very funny indeed.
Fans of both bands will like it--heavy and misanthropic.
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Misanthropic Division's leader has denied any involvement in the video.
Here, Simon Day plays Alf Garnett, the misanthropic East Londoner brought to life so memorably by Warren Mitchell.
JOHN Cleese has returned to the role of misanthropic hotelier Basil Fawlty for the first time on TV in 36 years.