What does the word womankind mean?

Usage examples for 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 by Charles Weathers Bump
  2. 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 by Arthur Macy
  3. 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 by Mrs. Harriet A. Adams
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