sociopath

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Coined c. 1930 by George Everett Partridge, American psychologist; socio- +‎ -path

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sociopath (plural sociopaths)

  1. A person with an antisocial personality disorder, exhibiting antisocial behavior that usually is the result of social and environmental factors in the person's early life.

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