womankind has long known that style can be used as a weapon to mete out psychological torment.
And the conversation, thus re-established, developed on the same lines until the vanishing-point of the army of womankind.
For she was wise and shrewd—of that pure leaven of womankind which leaveneth all the rest.
As for the fair Birdalone, her pleasure in fine stuffs and rich embroideries is unsurpassed in the annals of womankind.
But his knowledge of womankind warned him that he must not be too hasty.
Having thus rendered himself attractive to womankind, he turns his attention to the girl whom he particularly desires to win.
I cannot give her any other epithet; for I think her superior to all womankind.'
But womankind has never been encouraged to adopt the policy of the greatest good to the greatest number.
What we have to do is to consider work for women as a whole, with all that it involves for womankind.
But Bertha, not a bad sample of womankind, had made a vow she would only marry that man who would work her father's press.