A porter at a little roadside station may be pardoned if he is misanthropical.
The trouble is the pleasure, in most cases, most misanthropical miss!
But this distinguished era is blotted by no one misanthropical vice.
In noticing the solitary meal of the Maldivian islander, another reason may be alleged for this misanthropical repast.
As he knows my misanthropical habits, this evening was to be of an informal nature, without dress coats and white ties.
After much manoeuvring she sought refuge in a corner, fatigued, disgusted and misanthropical.
He set out alone; not that he was in the least misanthropical; but he was a poet.
Softness enervates and irritates the temper of the young, and violence renders them mean and misanthropical.
She made no reply, her misanthropical philosophy prompting none.
Added to which there is my misanthropical shyness, which is becoming a kind of incurable malady.