fellow man

fellow man
noun Date: 1667 a kindred human being

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • fellow man — noun A human being like oneself or another • • • Main Entry: ↑fellow * * * fellow man, a fellow or kindred human being; fellow creature: »Love of one s fellow man…is associated with an abiding sense of the dignity and worth of every individual… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fellow man — n. kindred human being, another person, fellow member of the human beings …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fellow man — noun A kindred member of humanity …   Wiktionary

  • fellow man —   Hoa kanaka …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • your fellow man — your fellow man/men/ phrase other people Thesaurus: general words for person or peoplesynonym general words for groups of peoplehyponym Main entry: fellow …   Useful english dictionary

  • fellow */*/ — I UK [ˈfeləʊ] / US [ˈfeloʊ] noun [countable] Word forms fellow : singular fellow plural fellows 1) a) old fashioned a man a nice young fellow b) used for talking to a man in a friendly way My dear fellow, how are you? 2) a member of a… …   English dictionary

  • man — 1. (man) (5616↑, 624↓) Someone who is obsessed with women making them sandwiches. Manfred: Make me a [sandwich], woman! Mildred: What a man... Author: losersquaredthatsme http://man.urbanup.com/5056899 2. (man) (5542↑, 891↓) A person with two… …   Urban English dictionary

  • fellow — fel|low1 [ felou ] adjective only before noun ** used for talking about people who are similar to you or in the same situation as you: fellow students/pupils/workers etc.: Discuss your experiences with a fellow student. fellow… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • fellow — 1 noun (C) 1 old fashioned a man: Paul s an easy going sort of fellow. 2 old fashioned a friendly way of addressing a man: Hello my dear fellow! 3 old fashioned your/his etc fellows the people who you work with, go to school with etc: He s much… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • fellow — fel|low1 [ˈfeləu US lou] n [: Old English; Origin: feolaga partner ] 1.) old fashioned a man ▪ Paul s an easy going sort of fellow. 2.) sb s fellows BrE old fashioned people that you work with, study with, or who are in the same situation as you… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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