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  • n. A person with a dislike or hatred of marriage

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A hater of marriage.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A hater of marriage.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person who hates marriage

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Examples

  • The misogamist suffered himself to be led to the double-berthed compartment he shared with Thorogood.

    The Long Trick

  • As the Herr Professor was a septuagenarian and a misogamist, even in

    Merely Mary Ann

  • The first was an intimation from the misogamist German

    The Grey Wig: Stories and Novelettes

  • St. Elmo, you are the most abominable misogamist I ever met, and you deserve to fall into the clutches of those 'eight mighty daughters of the plow,' to which Tennyson's Princess consigned the

    St. Elmo

  • St. Elmo, you are the most abominable misogamist I ever met, and you deserve to fall into the clutches of those 'eight mighty daughters of the plow,' to which Tennyson's Princess consigned the Prince.

    St. Elmo. A Novel.

  • The master, though not a misogamist, was certainly not a lover of the diviner sex, and could not be supposed to look with patience, or even tolerance, on the foolery of love-making.

    Alamance; Or, the Great and Final Experiment viii, 9-151, [1] p.

  • Ambi Both directions skill Misanthrope­ person who hates mankind Misein To hate misogamist­ person who hates marriage Gyne Women Gynaeocologist­the medical specialist who treats female disorders misogynist­ person who hates women Anthropology­the study of the development of the human race philanthropist­one who loves mankind

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  • The memorable quote from the misogamist Wilde strikes not so much at the absence of women across the Chinese population as a direct result of the one-child policy; that is a subject of a future discussion.

    Asia Times Online

  • - Hesther '(addressing his wife),' I was like him when I was his age - a regular misogamist; and, behold! by the time I was three - and twenty - being then a tourist in France and Italy, and the Lord knows where - I curled my hair every night before I went to bed, and wore a ring i 'my ear, and would have worn one i' my nose if it had been the fashion, and all that I might make myself pleasing and charming to the ladies.

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

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