womankind

noun, singular or plural in construction
wom·​an·​kind | \ ˈwu̇-mən-ˌkīnd How to pronounce womankind (audio) \

Definition of womankind

: female human beings : women especially as distinguished from men

Examples of womankind in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web There's no reason that celebrating and empowering women should be restricted to one particular section of the calendar, but having an extra special day to rejoice for all womankind and spread awareness is pretty great. Lauren Swanson, Allure, "21 Brands Supporting Charities for International Women's Day 2020," 6 Mar. 2020 That’s teamwork at its finest, not a defeat for womankind. Marsha Ivins, Time, "I'm a Retired Female Astronaut and I Can't Understand the Obsession With 'Gender Diverse' Space Crews," 28 Aug. 2019 Simone Rocha’s gilded sequined dresses glinted at the heart of a moving show, which addressed all ages and shapes of womankind. Sarah Mower, Vogue, "The Top 10 Shows of London Fashion Week Fall 2019," 20 Feb. 2019 Glamour interviewed 1,147 men about the #MeToo movement and the survey results are an emotional roller coaster for womankind. Aubrey Nagle, Philly.com, "Latest on Sixers GM Twitter scandal, LOVE Park reopens | Morning Newsletter," 31 May 2018 But are Americans really expected to celebrate as a great victory for womankind the fact that a woman's only option for doing her job is to haul a 10-day-old baby to work? Erin Geiger Smith, Marie Claire, "Senator Tammy Duckworth Bringing Her Baby to the Senate Floor Is Not a Cause for Celebration," 20 Apr. 2018 Celebrating and empowering women should absolutely not be restricted to one day, but having an extra special day to rejoice for all womankind and spread awareness is pretty great. Lauren Swanson, Allure, "16 Ways to Shop With Purpose on International Women’s Day 2018," 7 Mar. 2018 This was one small step for turts, and one giant leap for womankind. Emilia Petrarca, The Cut, "Finally, Horny Turtlenecks Are Here," 14 Feb. 2018 Simone Rocha’s gilded sequined dresses glinted at the heart of a moving show, which addressed all ages and shapes of womankind. Sarah Mower, Vogue, "The Top 10 Shows of London Fashion Week Fall 2019," 20 Feb. 2019

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First Known Use of womankind

13th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Womankind.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/womankind. Accessed 6 Jul. 2020.

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womankind

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English Language Learners Definition of womankind

: all women thought of as one group

womankind

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wom·​an·​kind | \ ˈwu̇-mən-ˌkīnd How to pronounce womankind (audio) \

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