Also manwards. toward humankind: The church directed its attention manward as well as heavenward.
directed toward humankind.
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How to use manward in a sentence
His faith, according to this language, goes out manward as well as Godward.
And the first step into the realm of giving is a like surrender--not manward, but Godward: an utter yielding of our best.Parables of the Cross | I. Lilias Trotter
"Intuition, on the manward side of it at least, doesn't go," he was saying with half-boyish candor.The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush | Francis Lynde
No living form of animal is on its way manward, or can by any possibility develop into man.Evolution | Joseph Le Conte
I have spoken of sacrifice as one of the two outward, manward traits of His character.Quiet Talks on Following the Christ | S. D. Gordon