Examples of manhood in a Sentence
He took the comment as a challenge to his manhood.
He grew from boyhood to manhood in a small southern town.
the manhood of a nation
Recent Examples of manhood from the Web
In a year pockmarked with the puddles of men melted by their own transgressions, Bruce Springsteen offered a deeply personal dissection and explication of the joys and obligations of American manhood.
Nearly all of the manhood of the Confederacy was mobilized in the war, and somewhere in the neighborhood of 250,000 men died for the Confederate cause.
Off-the-record information from Oklahoma State staffers questioning Reid’s manhood was the key element in the Oklahoman’s missive.
If Moore were still running consistently behind Democrat Doug Jones, Bannon wouldn’t be holding a campaign rally for him and challenging Romney to come down to Alabama to prove his manhood.
Manspreading does not involve splaying one's arms, as Clinton did when talking to Stephen Colbert; a manspreading man splays his legs, while seated, to occupy as much space as possible and draw attention to his, uh, manhood.
Beard argues that just as Western civilization began, an integral part of growing into manhood was taking control of public speech and silencing women in the process.
Boys must have come with their dogs from settlements throughout the region for this winter ritual of manhood.
Youth, manhood, and modern capitalism are on the table.
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