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mankind

noun singular but singular or plural in construction man·kind

: all people thought of as one group

Full Definition of MANKIND

1
\ˈman-ˈkīnd, -ˌkīnd\ :  the human race :  the totality of human beings
2
\-ˌkīnd\ :  men especially as distinguished from women

First Known Use of MANKIND

13th century

mankind

noun singular but singular or plural in construction man·kind \ˈman-ˈkīnd, -ˌkīnd\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MANKIND

:  the human race :  the totality of human beings

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