[ wim-in-kahynd ]


Origin of womenkind

First recorded in 1350–1400; Middle English wommen kynde; see women, kind2

Words Nearby womenkind

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How to use womenkind in a sentence

  • Such experiences, however, were not calculated to deepen their respect for the white man, or for his womenkind.

    Forging the Blades | Bertram Mitford
  • We are a good-natured lot, and we are fond of our womenkind and believe in them much more than other nations do.

  • They thrust their womenkind behind them, shouldering their way into the thick of the press that they might see the more clearly.

    Joan of the Sword Hand | S(amuel) R(utherford) Crockett
  • At lunch in the great Arabic hall officers from the garrisons of Cairo and Abbassieh, and their womenkind, were in great force.

    Bella Donna | Robert Hichens
  • One of Justins womenkind had misused Leverichs hospitality; both resented the fact and her enforced departure.

    The Wayfarers | Mary Stewart Cutting