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  • n. Plural form of fellowman.

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Examples

  • We, the poets of various nations of the world, have decided to mobilize and organize our kind into a World Congress of Poets to substitute peace for war in the minds of men, by educating mankind with love of peace and of fellowmen, that is, the promotion of world brotherhood and peace through poetry and by means of their encounters an interchange of culture and reciprocal comprehension.

    John Lundberg: There's a Congress of Poets? Who Knew?

  • All these changes were permeated by that spirit of democracy and charity toward one's fellowmen, that is the best element of the nineteenth-century movement.

    The Congress of Women: Held in the Woman's Building, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, U. S. A., 1893, With Portraits, Biographies and Addresses

  • To me, who have enjoyed the inestimable privilege of witnessing in the course of current affairs the earnest desire with which the chief magistrate of my country is imbued to promote the cause of peace, in the interest of all mankind, when peace comports with that honorable self-respect which nations as well as individuals owe to themselves, this award seems most markedly felicitous, and I rejoice greatly in the good fortune which permits me to be the medium of transmission of this token of your appreciation of the profound love for, and lofty sense of duty to his fellowmen which is the guiding principle of his official life.

    Theodore Roosevelt - Acceptance Speech

  • My white American fellowmen, please try to understand what I am saying without hating me or judging me wrongly.

    Republican senator won't meet with Sotomayor

  • From his participation in the work of the world he gathered material for his future career as a writer, but it was some time before he found an opportunity of trying his skill in literary work, of translating to his fellowmen his own broad contact with all the voiceless, joyless, elements of humanity.

    JACK LONDON AND HIS WORK

  • The establishment of world credit systems is built on splendid and realizable faith in fellowmen.

    DARKWATER

  • And James Joyce wrote that that voice in the street, those sounds emanating from the common people, that noise of your fellowmen coming in over the windowsill - that voice was the voice of God.

    A Wordinista's Guide to Pronunciation

  • First learn to bow in humility before your fellowmen ...

    Santhosh Mathew, PhD: Go Not to the LHC to Find God

  • How long wilt thou not permit me to be useful to my fellowmen, he wrote.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • Yves had seen something of these two during his few weeks in the empress's entourage, and respected them both as practical men with whom their fellowmen could deal with confidence.

    A River So Long

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