humankind

[ hyoo-muh n-kahynd, -kahynd or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humankind

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HUMANKIND

Today, better than ever before, we know the aspirations of humankind, and share them.

It was not only that humankind was showing up rather badly, at the moment.

Humankind is basically one in meaning, in aim and in destiny.

Then I would think, surely, surely, humankind is not meant to be thus.

There are those who say that none but humankind is immortal,—that none but man has a soul.

That Phil, of all humankind, should have made this possible was to him inexplicable.

The soft, the still, the beautiful in the world and humankind, attract me.

It may take a long time to realize that your primary interest is humankind.

I see in the Iliad the love of Homer to Greece and to humankind.

The fate of humankind, whilst this war lasts, is in the balance.

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