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noun as in the human race

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Sent ahead to create conditions favorable for humankind, these robots will need to be tough, adaptable and recyclable if they’re to survive within the inhospitable cosmic climates that await them.

Instead, he said that while Mars exploration is a worthwhile effort to keep humankind alive, life would be hard.

Indeed, science-fiction tales like The War of the Worlds depict humankind acting as one against a common enemy.

Indeed, if you watch a short trailer Hitchcock produced to advertise his film, you might start to think maybe humankind was asking for it.

It is the largest product launch in the history of humankind.

Humankind has a really bad track record with those who are regarded as “other” by the majority.

According to Genesis, when God created humanity he created “humankind in his image” and “male and female he created them.”

The state of the nation and the state of humankind may depend on it.

The outrage of a meaningless cosmos impels all of humankind to struggle against it.

“The only solidarity that is acceptable is solidarity with humankind,” one academic colleague wrote.

The sense of the desertion by humankind, by God and mercy and rationality swept through me and overwhelmed my inner self.

They do not think of humankind as being above and separate from all other creatures, but as fellow creatures in a world of life.

More than once that summer he went alone into the wilderness to find his balance and to get away entirely from humankind.

Even cubs with no possible experience of humankind are terrified by the scent of men.

With a faint sensation of gladness, Laura beheld traces of humankind.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to humankind, such as: humanity, community, flesh, mortality, mortals, and people.

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