folk[ fohk ]SEE DEFINITION OF folk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOLK
On most Sundays doth he preach here in the nave to all sorts of folk.
But see the church in the hollow, and the folk who cluster in the churchyard!
But it was much that the subdued English folk appeared there at all.
The Tiverton folk saluted them, always cordially, yet each after his kind.
Carlow folk held up their heads when journalism was mentioned.
Folk who have sung so sweetly together should not fight thereafter.
We are to treat of folk who are disagreeable, and not worse than disagreeable.
When he falls I shall return, and perhaps it may be sooner than folk think.'
The folk on her deck seem to me to be either fighting or dancing.
Now we can trot our beasts and not be smothered in other folk's dust.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FOLK
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