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misandry (s) (noun), misandries (pl)
1. A hatred of, or an animosity, towards a man or men in general: Some women have been so mistreated by certain males that they have strong misandries for all of the other masculine genders, too.
2. An extreme dislike of men, frequently based upon unhappy experiences or upbringing as a child: Some authors have used the topic of misandry in their novels, as Charles Dickens did in his novel Great Expectations when Miss Havisham, characterized as being a misandry, because she was so devastated when the man she expected to marry never showed up and so she had an animosity towards men all the rest of her life.
A dislike or hatred of men.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “misandry
An abnormal loathing or detestation of men by a woman or certain women. (1)