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human race

noun as in mortality

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Everything we do in between must be to try our best to move the human race forward.

“This has got to be the oldest way in the human race to hasten death,” he said.

But the two of them are enthusiastic supporters of getting the human race to far-off stars.

Their biggest threat is the Builders, an ancient race of aliens hell-bent on annihilating the human race.

He somehow manages to balance faith, realism, optimism, the news of the day, and the fate of the human race.

Yet he forebore to specify his injuries; saying, that to name them, would be to stigmatize the whole human race.

The force of such idealization helped to carry forward the human race to a new milestone on the path of progress.

The human race, if favored by environment, can easily double itself every twenty-five years.

“It would cost the blood and tears and laughter of the human race,” said Aristide.

It was not indispensable to the human race during the thousands (I say millions) of years before its advent.


On this page you'll find 84 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to human race, such as: animality, carnality, humanity, mortality, people, and physicality.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.