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use "misogynist" in a sentence

Some commentators criticize Euripides as being a misogynist ; however his dialogue is often very ironic.

He was commonly perceived as a misogynist and was connected to the deaths of some of his patients; he was charged by the authorities in Canada, but fled the country.

past of the principal character are far from minor and in that sense the title of the film is a misnomer.

This makes their function designation a misnomer, although the etymology of the word "wethouder" or "deputised" is no longer commonly understood.

The term hernia thus is a misnomer, Joesting DR.

The term “tin ceiling” is a misnomer, as these decorative sheets were never tinned; they were almost always painted sheet iron or steel.

Public domain is a misnomer for shareware, and Freeware was trademarked by Fluegelman and could not be used legally by others, and User-Supported Software was too cumbersome.

The name is actually a misnomer which became current in the West; the Roman See had sought to discredit this church, which had renounced Rome's primacy for geographical, political, linguistic, and doctrinal reasons.

It should be noted that the modern title of Plato 's dialogue on the ideal state (The Republic) is a misnomer when seen through the eyes of modern political science (see Republic (Plato) ).


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