Definition of Earthmen

1. Noun. (plural of Earthman) ¹



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Definition of Earthmen

1. earthman [n] - See also: earthman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Earthmen

earthlier
earthlies
earthliest
earthlight
earthlights
earthlike
earthliness
earthlinesses
earthling
earthlings
earthlit
earthly
earthly concern
earthmad
earthman
earthmen (current term)
earthmover
earthmovers
earthmoving
earthmovings
earthnut
earthnut pea
earthnuts
earthpea
earthpeas
earthpig
earthquake
earthquake engineering
earthquake protector
earthquake protectors

Literary usage of Earthmen

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1. After the Storm by John Edwin Hilary Skinner (1866)
"The earthmen of this locality are not given to toiling for the purpose of ... I must say again that they do not toil as real romantic earthmen should, ..."

2. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1854)
"THE so-called earthmen, from the Orange-river, South Africa, have been exhibited and described to the Ethnological Society. They consist of a boy and girl, ..."

3. Judith, Phœnix, and Other Anglo-Saxon Poems by John Lesslie Hall (1902)
"Went, then, the Holy One the heavens seeking, The King of all Kings, kindly upward To the pure home above: there help waiteth for 980 Each one of earthmen ..."

4. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1854)
"THE so-called earthmen, from the Orange-river, South Africa, have been exhibited and described to the Ethnological Society. They consist of a boy and girl, ..."

5. Beowulf: An Anglo-Saxon Epic Poem by John Lesslie Hall, Lesslie Hall, Ino Lesslie Hall (1892)
"The monster intended some one of earthmen In the hall-building grand to entrap and make way with; He went under welkin where well he knew of The wine-joyous ..."

6. German Popular Tales and Household Stories by Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm (1869)
"They told the Princess when they had finished, and she, rapping on the ground as before three times with her knotted handkerchief, cried, "earthmen, ..."

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