Thesaurus / man-made


It had a natural filth that clings to a cheap room, and a man-made, careless filth that would disfigure a Taj Mahal.

The Circuit RidersR. C. FitzPatrick

In the first place, I am an Anarchist: I do not believe in man-made law, designed to enslave and oppress humanity.

We have, so far, lived and suffered and died in a man-made world.

Am I correct, Mr. Welland, in supposing that if doctrines of right and wrong are man-made, learning begins now?

Wilderness of SpringEdgar Pangborn

The man-made machine has now outlived the vituperation of idealists.

The Pacific TriangleSydney Greenbie

Her philosophy was simple, but it embraced the woman question, suffrage, and the man-made world.

One Woman's LifeRobert Herrick

The man-made machine is running, and even the most romantic enjoys life the better for it.

The Pacific TriangleSydney Greenbie

They sing outside of scales and it is delightful, but that is not man-made art.

Musical MemoriesCamille Saint-Sans

It was surely far better to have a God-made coat than a man-made apron.

The All-Sufficiency of ChristCharles Henry Mackintosh

Torch and lantern showed clearly that the crevice in the wall was not a natural crack, but a man-made opening.

It Happened in EgyptC. N. Williamson

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