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  • n. Alternative spelling of fellow man.

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Examples

  • For both, the happiness of the individual was bound up with his willingness to help his fellowman, that is, with his development of a capacity for sympathy, or fellow-feeling, or benevolence, as it was variously called.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • I don't know a lot about the Muslim faith, but somehow, I doubt that either up or down to help your fellowman is a top priority.

    Collecting My Thoughts

  • Is that any more than the duty any man owes to his fellowman?

    THEFT

  • There is one thing greater — love of man for his fellowman.

    THEFT

  • They fought hard to the end to help their fellowman (no matter what their status in life was) and hopefully their legacy will continue with their children, grandchildren, etc.

    Body of Sen. Kennedy arrives at Capitol

  • Ah, the concerned communist looking out for the rights of their fellowman.

    Hadassah Lieberman under attack over industry ties

  • We want our fellowman to be in good health, have good healthcare, and yet we don't want our country to be so burdened by the high cost of healthcare.

    GOP senator blasts Dems health care proposals

  • Many of us will find alternative ways of healing ourselves, help our fellowman to have good healthcare and yet dont 'burden our country and future generations.

    GOP senator blasts Dems health care proposals

  • When man appears before the Throne of Judgment, the first question he is asked is not, "Have you believed in God," or "Have you prayed and performed ritual acts," but "Have you dealt honorably, faithfully in all your dealings with your fellowman?"

    Elissa Altman: Answering to a Higher Authority: Ethics and the Kosher Butcher

  • I truly don't wish to be rude to our author, and even though I presume the suggestions that physical suffering is warranted for language infractions to be just hyperbole employed for effect, I comment because it deeply saddens and worries me to see us bashing our fellowman for what seem to me such minor "failings".

    A Wordinista's Guide to Pronunciation

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