Definitions

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  • n. All boys, considered as a group.

Etymologies

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boy +‎ -kind, by analogy with mankind.

Examples

  • Few boys 'clubs ever had such a president as Bill, or such a wonderful bureau of information as Uncle Ed. For the benefit of boys and boykind in general, I decided then and there to publish, as fully as practicable, a record of what our society did.

    The Scientific American Boy The Camp at Willow Clump Island

  • In his resolve to destroy forever the peace of mind of The Roman, Dink sat an extra period under Beekstein, stalking and marking down the lair of these enemies of boykind.

    The Varmint

  • He saw himself pilloried among the oppressors of boykind, as unpopular as the compiler of a Latin grammar or the accursed Euclid!

    Skippy Bedelle His Sentimental Progress From the Urchin to the Complete Man of the World

  • Wise men say that when nothing but cream is accepted, all mankind, all boykind rather, will prepare itself for a skimming of some sort; and that the quantity of cream produced will be immense.

    The Bertrams

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