from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Plural of man.
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- n. Plural form of man.
- n. (The) people, humanity
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. pl. of man.
- pro. A man; one; -- used with a verb in the singular, and corresponding to the present indefinite one or they.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of man.
- n. A Middle English variant of man in indefinite use.
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- n. the force of workers available
Men objectify women in the same way I hear them objectifying men, and the same way Ive heard women objectify men\ others women.
But there are always those men who think that by not using condoms, they are being real men.
Of men -- of _men_ made you a god, and me, claimed me, set me apart and the song in my breast, yours, yours forever -- if I escape your evil heart.
The men you like at sight, and who make friends wherever they go have developed in themselves _feelings of friendliness for all men_.
Almost any large firm would put on ten first class men to-morrow, but they _can't find the men_.
We repeat it, -- public opinion made them slaves, and keeps them slaves; in other words, it sunk them from men to chattels, and now, forsooth, this same public opinion will see to it, that these _chattels_ are treated like _men!
God permitted men to hold _men_ as property, equally with _oxen_, the man-thief could get men with whom to pay the penalty, as well as the ox-thief, oxen.
But if God permitted men to hold _men_ as property, equally with oxen, the man-thief, could get men with whom to pay the penalty, as well as the ox-thief, oxen.
But if God permitted men to hold _men_ as property, equally with
All men that bet should not be classed as gamblers, for some _things_ that style themselves _men_ will bet (to win, of course), and kick if they lose, which a gambler will never do, although he may sometimes be sucker enough to bet (to win) against a sure thing, like old monte, or a brace game.