kinship group, family line, menage, folks, mob, kinfolk, settlement, kinsfolk, western, folk music, nation, kindred, country, house, federation of tribes, household, hillbilly, nationality, race, state, common people, sept, family unit, body politic, kinsperson, kin group, ethnic music, class, category, clan, group, crime syndicate, proletariat, phratry, tribe, population, kin, syndicate, fellowship, nonclassical, home
human (part of speech: adjective)
mankind (part of speech: noun)
- But we're just ordinary folk, and they'll no more harm us than fly. - "Chippinge Borough", Stanley J. Weyman.
- Yes, it's almost as if they couldn't tear themselves away from the folk that are left. - "Dramatic Technique", George Pierce Baker.
- " Just as if they had sense," said Dan, thoughtfully,-" a heap more sense than lots of living folk I know." - "Killykinick", Mary T. Waggaman.