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womankind

Line breaks: woman|kind
Pronunciation: /ˈwʊmənkʌɪnd
 
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(also womenkind)

Definition of womankind in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Women considered collectively: she said she acted for womankind in bringing a sexual harassment claim against him
More example sentences
  • In our society, the worst specimen of womankind is the so-called liberated female.
  • However, it was, at the very least, a small step for womankind because, unlike the ancient Roman, the husband now had a legal obligation to protect his wife.
  • And if you stayed with him to prevent his drawing that conclusion, what, you'd be taking a giant step on behalf of womankind?
Synonyms

Words that rhyme with womankind

spellbind • snowblind

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