folk

Part of speech: noun

People collectively.

Part of speech: noun

Those of one's family; relatives.

Part of speech: noun

A nation or race.

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Usage examples "folk":

  1. Can real love, supposing there happens to be another chap in the case, exist between married folk? - "Ulysses", James Joyce.
  2. Then, when she and her husband were alone in the kitchen, before the young folk came down, she said, pointing the fork at him: " I declare for't! - "Janice Day", Helen Beecher Long.
  3. Some folk never take the trouble to size themselves up- to find out what they are fitted to do- and then wonder why they remain way down at the bottom of the heap. - "What You Can Do With Your Will Power", Russell H. Conwell.