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womankind

[ woom-uhn-kahynd ]
/ ˈwʊm ənˌkaɪnd /
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noun
women, as distinguished from men; the female sex.
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Origin of womankind

A Middle English word dating back to 1325–75; see origin at woman, kind2
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British Dictionary definitions for womankind

womankind
/ (ˈwʊmənˌkaɪnd) /

noun
the female members of the human race; women collectively
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