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fellowman

or fellow man

[fel-oh-man] /ˈfɛl oʊˈmæn/
noun, plural fellowmen.
1.
another member of the human race, especially a kindred human being:
Don't deny full recognition to your fellowmen.
Origin of fellowman
1750-1760
First recorded in 1750-60
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  • The man who is honest in his dealings with his fellowman has a subsidy which money cannot buy.

    Dollars and Sense Col. Wm. C. Hunter
  • What distinguished the bad man in peculiarity from his fellowman?

    The Story of the Outlaw Emerson Hough
  • Is that any more than the duty any man owes to his fellowman?

    Theft Jack London
  • I say, fellowman, Fellowbird, Hubbard—what's your right name?

  • Watch constantly for that which is worthy and noble in your fellowman.

    Gospel Doctrine Joseph F. Smith
  • It was not easy for him to think of evils or to associate them with his fellowman.

    Wilford Woodruff Matthias F. Cowley
  • Remember you have the liberty, and, perhaps the life, of your fellowman at stake.

    Prisons and Prayer: Or a Labor of Love Elizabeth Ryder Wheaton
  • Beware, then, of how you mete out justice to your fellowman.

    Prisons and Prayer: Or a Labor of Love Elizabeth Ryder Wheaton
  • It is not too much to presume that every one knows what his duty is to God and to his fellowman.

    The House of the Lord James E. Talmage
  • His was a most beautiful example of modesty and of faith in one's fellowman.

    Captain Macklin Richard Harding Davis

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