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womankind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwomankindwom‧an‧kind /ˈwʊmənkaɪnd/ noun [uncountable]  WOMANwomen considered together as a groupmankind
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womankindI had, after all, accounted for two male children and thus done womankind something of a statistical favour.And does this reflect generally on womankind?And before the letters flood in from feminists, neither is this meant as a slur on womankind.
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