manhood[ man-hoo d ]SEE DEFINITION OF manhood
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANHOOD
He has the soul of a merchant tailor, actually, but not the tailor's manhood.
You were changing from boyhood into manhood, and you were changing without any authority over you.
Was it an instinct, she wondered—a reminder that there was in them material for manhood?
Being taken for a man, brought him back his manhood for a moment.
So Claus grew to manhood, increasing each day in knowledge and in wisdom.
In this teaching, and marvelling ever at its beauty, Edward grew to manhood.
The infancy of youth, the youth of manhood, the entire past of age.
By donning it again he would at least wear mourning for his manhood.
He was put apprentice to a carpenter, and worked at that trade until he arrived at manhood.
He had never felt his manhood so vigorous, nor his hopes so high.