Definition of Fellowmen

1. Noun. (plural of fellowman) ¹



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Definition of Fellowmen

1. fellowman [n] - See also: fellowman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fellowmen

fellow man
fellow me lad
fellow me lads
fellow men
fellow traveler
fellow traveller
fellow travellers
fellow worker
fellowed
fellowfeel
fellowing
fellowless
fellowlike
fellowly
fellowman
fellowmen (current term)
fellowred
fellows
fellowship
fellowshiped
fellowshiping
fellowshipped
fellowshipping
fellowships
fellowships and scholarships
fells
felltare
fellwalker
fellwalkers
fellwalking

Literary usage of Fellowmen

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1. A System of General Ethics by Leander Sylvester Keyser (1918)
"MAN'S DUTIES TO HIS fellowmen. (Social Ethics). 1. General Relations: (1) Love: If we remember that true love is not a weak, namby- pamby quality, ..."

2. Baltimore: Its History and Its People by Clayton Colman Hall, Lewis Historical Publishing Co (1912)
"... who has been actuated by a spirit of true benevolence, and who has, in all things, ever shown himself to be "one who loves his fellowmen. ..."

3. The Divine Plan of the Agesby Charles Taze Russell by Charles Taze Russell (2000)
"... but whose central aim was to elevate their fellowmen, and who inculcated morals of the highest type, were not only possessed of a motive, ..."

4. A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians: The Leaders and Representative Men in by E. Polk Johnson, Lewis Publishing Company (1912)
"He was tolerant in his judgment of his fellowmen and all who knew him accorded him unqualified confidence and esteem, realizing the true worth of the man ..."

5. Cincinnati, the Queen City, 1788-1912 by S.J. Clarke Publishing Company (1912)
"He never selfishly hoarded his means but recognizing his obligations to his fellowmen, extended a helping hand, giving tangible expression to his sympathy, ..."

6. Causes of the War in South Africa from the American Lawyer's Standpoint: A by James Green (1900)
"... combining with their fellowmen in communities no more than was necessary to present a warlike front to the natives, and making predatory incursions into ..."

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