Part of speech: noun

Women collectively.

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Usage examples "womankind":

  1. Her lips were parted in that alluring smile, and her manner was as saucy as that of any fair flirt he had ever known of womankind. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.
  2. Now that the ordeal is passed, I shall feel that you are my friend, even though slander, vile and dark, may be hurled against me, as it is possible, for I have a battle to fight for you, my friend, and all womankind. - "Dawn", Mrs. Harriet A. Adams.
  3. I gaze on one, and know that she Is all that womankind can be; I seek the other, and she seems The perfect idol of my dreams; And so between the charming pair My heart is ever in the air. - "Poems", Arthur Macy.