Misogynistic



[mi-soj-uh-nis-tik, mahy‐] /mɪˌsɒdʒ əˈnɪs tɪk, maɪ‐/

adjective
1.
reflecting or exhibiting hatred, dislike, mistrust, or mistreatment of women.
adj.

1821, from misogynist + -ic.

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