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fellowman

or fel·low man

[fel-oh-man]
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noun, plural fel·low·men.
  1. another member of the human race, especially a kindred human being: Don't deny full recognition to your fellowmen.

Origin of fellowman

First recorded in 1750–60
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Examples from the Web for fellowmen

Historical Examples

  • Their influence for good and helpfulness to their fellowmen will be everlasting.

    The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise

    M. E. Hard

  • For love and sacrifice He bids us live close to our fellowmen.

  • In the midst of thousands of my fellowmen, and yet a perfect stranger!

    My Bondage and My Freedom

    Frederick Douglass

  • Then, one's relation to his fellowmen is a limited relationship.

  • Best and greatest, your fellowmen will shine for you with new significance and light.

    Practical Mysticism</p>

    Evelyn Underhill


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