womankind

[ UK /wˈʊməŋkˌa‍ɪnd/ ]
NOUN
  1. women as distinguished from men
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How To Use womankind In A Sentence

  • She could not with a word revolutionize womankind, but she could at least be the herald to proclaim the dawn of the day during which the good seed was to be sown. Mary Wollstonecraft
  • Didn't he make any derogatory remarks whatsoever about womankind?
  • The world tends to look at such women today as anti-feminist anachronisms, naïve traitors to the cause of womankind, setting back the march of the liberated by their very existence.
  • The most effective move known to womankind involves stimulating three erogenous zones with one cunning hand trick.
  • Men, especially lovers, are addicted to the innocent fatuity of preferring to protect weakness rather than to admire courage in womankind. Indiana
  • My faith in womankind has been seriously dented.
  • This appears to come as some relief to womankind.
  • And if you stayed with him to prevent his drawing that conclusion, what, you'd be taking a giant step on behalf of womankind?
  • For a man who cannot command his womankind is a fool. ' A HYPERBOREAN BREW
  • ` ` Ah, poor fellow! nothing can be more melancholy; unless, as young men sometimes do, you had fancied yourself in love with some trumpery specimen of womankind, which is indeed, as Shakspeare truly says, pressing to death, whipping, and hanging all at once. '' The Antiquary
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