One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He was too busy eating hot dogs, his face distorted by the meat, his dark feral eyes gleaming misanthropically into the field of play.’
- ‘She's the kind of grown-up girl who does cartwheels on the beach while he watches with his hands thrust misanthropically in his pockets.’
- ‘The sudden stop is as misanthropically cynical and arbitrary as the track's brutal beginning and will either summon hangman's smiles from the listener or sighs of exasperation.’
- ‘Previously in this space, I rather misanthropically grumbled about the usual preponderance of retro rock tours scheduled for this summer.’
- ‘Another character who is misanthropically withdrawn finds redemption in slow stages, progressing from ordinary decency to true heroism.’
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