Definition of misanthropy:
seclusion (part of speech: noun)
- misanthropy (part of speech: noun)
- "Essays ∆sthetical", George Calvert.
Now, when Sir Miles felt that he was not deserted, and his look met those four fond eyes, fixed with that strange wistfulness which in our hours of trouble the eyes of a dog sympathizingly assume, an odd thought for a sensible man passed into him, showing, more than pages of sombre elegy, how deep was the sudden misanthropy that blackened the world around.- "Lucretia, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- "The Gentleman from Everywhere", James Henry Foss.