Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A fellow-creature of the human race; humanity in general with reference to any Individual member of it.
“Rabbi Max Heller, a leader of American Reform Judaism, wrote in 1911 that Jews, as “men who have been steeled in the furnace of persecution . . . ought to lend an uplifting hand to the weak fellow-man.””
“He had not realized the enormousness of the task of putting a fellow-man out of the world.”
“To befriend, to support, to help, to cheer and illuminate out fellow-man is the whole objectof our being, and if we fail to do this, we have failed in that object, and are as empty husks, hollow and meaningless.”
“This goes to show that these ‘non-believers’ do actually believe in something: that the suffering of their fellow-man should be alleviated.”
“But health and obesity trend into preferences for our fellow-man that are not entirely medical.”
“HRC is only interested in her fellow-man and her party.”
“A fellow-man suddenly put down in our midst from civilized surroundings would possibly shake his head at so many degrees of frost, but it must be remembered that we have long ago abandoned the ordinary ideas of civilized people as to what is endurable in the way of temperature.”
“Whatever is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow-man.”
“But just before that in 4:12 it says in part "Who do you think you are, to judge your fellow-man?”
“Every single minimum-wage retail jockey in that mall is VASTLY more useful and delivers far more good to their fellow-man than all of those self-absorbed narcissistic artists put together.”
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