woman-hater


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woman-hater

n
a person who has an irrational hatred of women
Translations

woman-hater

[ˈwʊmənˌheɪtəʳ] Nmisógino m

woman-hater

[ˈwʊmənˌheɪtəʳ] nmisogino
References in classic literature ?
It has been objected that he is a woman-hater; and as this objection has been vehemently urged by those whom Nature's decree has constituted the somewhat larger half of the Spaceland race, I should like to remove it, so far as I can honestly do so.
"They told me," she said impressively, "that you were different - a woman-hater, honest, gruff, a little cynical.
Not that racist woman-hater Donald Trump, who refused to publish his tax returns and came close to inciting gun extremists to assassinate her when he was defending himself from serial allegations of predatory sexual intimidation.
Let us not squander their gift just for a few easy laughs and the disdain of a certified woman-hater.
SCOTS have seen off woman-hater Roosh V - with the help of a classic Daily Record front page.
That, he claims, painted him as a vile and mentally unhinged woman-hater who had subjected his wife to mental, sexual and physical abuse throughout their marriage.
While the likes of Vogue editor Anna Wintour - who spoke at his funeral - adored him, other female writers accused him of being a woman-hater who displayed his misogny through his catwalk creations.
And that is why Labor is working so hard to cast Abbott as a woman-hater.
Woman-hater Sweeney, 54, killed Melissa in 1990 and hurled her body-parts into a Dutch canal.
If they want to champion the cause of a killer, child-abuser, woman-hater and public menace, let them.
He may be a woman-hater in the movie, but up close he is a thorough gentleman and a doting family man.
The politeness is in direct proportion to the nastiness when they are on high." Her initial quest for excitement in London drew her to the conclusion that the English male whose alcohol intake renders him incapable, a boarding school product deprived of his mother's love too early in life, or simply a woman-hater. She wrote this for The Spectator in an interesting outlet, because the magazine's editor then was Boris Johnson.