a kindred creature, especially a fellow human being.
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How to use fellow creature in a sentence
It’s a novel that raises profound questions about humans’ ability to empathize with our fellow creatures on this planet—in a review, Outside correspondent Eva Holland praises Powers’s “expansive and lyrical” writing.
I see now that a connection with any fellow creature, especially during these difficult days of anger, frustration and sadness, is a beautiful thing.I never liked animals. Then I got a pandemic pet bunny. | Sarah Garone | April 2, 2021 | Washington Post
He who wrongs a fellow-creature wrongs himself as well, and wrongs both for all eternity.God and my Neighbour | Robert Blatchford
You are right, Humphrey, that is possible; and I would not have the life of a fellow-creature on my conscience.The Children of the New Forest | Captain Marryat
"I thought so," I said, with the relief that one feels in not having put a fellow-creature out of life, even conditionally.Questionable Shapes | William Dean Howells
But native or white man, here was a fellow-creature being whirled down to a most horrible death right before his eyes.The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley | Bertram Mitford
As the object in view is to brighten the lot of a fellow-creature, pray forgive your, &c., &c.Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826, Volume 1 of 2 | Lady Wallace