What is another word for people-hating?

Pronunciation: [pˈiːpə͡lhˈe͡ɪtɪŋ] (IPA)

The term "people-hating" refers to an individual or entity that holds a strong aversion or dislike towards other people. There are several synonyms for this term, including misanthropic, antisocial, contemptuous, cynical, xenophobic, and aloof. Misanthropic refers to a deep-seated dislike or hatred towards humanity as a whole. Meanwhile, an antisocial person tends to avoid social situations and has a general disregard for social norms. A contemptuous person feels disdain or disrespect towards others, while a cynical person is distrustful or suspicious of others' motives. A xenophobic individual has a fear or dislike of people from other cultures or backgrounds, and an aloof person is emotionally detached and distant from others.

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  • the man who makes a career of "people-hunting" or "people-hating" is a man who desperately fears being chased or not loved.
    Bill Downs

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