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[wim-in-kahynd] /ˈwɪm ɪnˌkaɪnd/
Origin of womenkind
1350-1400; Middle English wommen kynde; see women, kind2 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • From one motive or another the Cravens had consistently been pitiless to their womenkind.

  • Let's have plenty of men—and make them bring their womenkind.

  • It was certainly not because they were not good, for no womenkind in all the world had kinder hearts than they.

    Understood Betsy Dorothy Canfield
  • We fight for our freedom, for our womenkind, and the freedom of those who are to come after us.

    The Traitors E. Phillips (Edward Phillips) Oppenheim
  • So she shook hands with them all with heartiness, and asked them to drive out and bring their womenkind.

    A Mountain Woman and Others (AKA Elia Wilkinson) Elia W. Peattie
  • We three men had drifted away from the whole world of our womenkind.

    The Master Mummer E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • The faces of their womenkind were as dreams which he had long since forgotten.

    The Crime Club William Holt-White
  • They are also very scrupulous about the behaviour of their womenkind.

  • Val did not know that an American is never so happy as when he is vaunting his womenkind.

    The Open Question Elizabeth Robins
  • They were accompanied by their womenkind, of course, and wandered aimlessly about.

    Diplomatic Days Edith O'Shaughnessy

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