man[ man ]SEE DEFINITION OF man
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAN
If that man was a woman he'd be a warm neighbourhood gossip.
I know it all by heart—all the things to say to a man on the downward path.
No man ventured to interfere with this lawful exercise of his authority.
I see some man in the East has a fad for breaking the ice in the river and going swimming.
"I told him high altitudes and high livin' would do any man—" Again he was silent.
Here he had prestige because he was the son of Daniel Bines, organiser and man of affairs.
No one knows what that man suffers; it makes him gloomy all the time about everything.
The man who has just saved his life can no doubt obtain any favour.
But he was a man and his own master—if you can rightly call a man his own master that does them things.
Be a man of affairs like your pa, and like that fellow Shepler.