womankind[ woo m-uh n-kahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF womankind
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WOMANKIND
"Christina was a sad specimen of womankind indeed," said Mrs. Temple.
His ideal of womankind is gauged by the character of the woman he seeks.
For she was wise and shrewd—of that pure leaven of womankind which leaveneth all the rest.
But his knowledge of womankind warned him that he must not be too hasty.
Latisan had his own mental tags for womankind; this was “a lady.”
I cannot give her any other epithet; for I think her superior to all womankind.'
What we have to do is to consider work for women as a whole, with all that it involves for womankind.
And then the mischief-loving quality of womankind appeared in her.
Its hold on the affections of womankind has never been stronger than it is to-day.
We learned from her that she was the only womankind on the 'diggings.'