Synonyms of man
1 maleDictionary • I had not expected the young man to reappear before evening.
guy (informal) • I was working with a guy from Manchester.
fellow (informal) • He appeared to be a fine fellow.
bloke (British, informal) • He is a really nice bloke.
chap (British, informal) • Her husband's a very decent chap.
dude (US, informal)
geezer (informal) • an old bald geezer in a raincoat
2 humanDictionary • a possible step to sending a man back to the moon
human • The drug has not yet been tested on humans.
human being • not to hear a fellow human being's voice
person • He's the only person who can do the job.
individual • the rights and responsibilities of the individual
being • beings from outer space
soul • a tiny village of only 100 souls
3 mankindDictionary • Anxiety is modern man's natural state.
mankind • the evolution of mankind
humanity • They face charges of committing crimes against humanity.
humankind • one of the age-old practices of humankind
4 partnerDictionary • Does your man cuddle you enough?
partner • Wanting other friends doesn't mean you don't love your partner.
husband • Eva married her husband Jack in 1957.
lover • They became lovers soon after they first met.
mate • He has found his ideal mate.
boyfriend • I don't know if she's got a boyfriend or not.
old man • Luckily for me her old man was otherwise engaged.
spouse • living with someone other than a spouse
sweetheart • I married my childhood sweetheart, in Liverpool.
beau (US) • She appeared with her new beau.
significant other (US)
5 workerDictionary • The men voted to accept the pay offer. usually plural
worker • Wages have been frozen and workers laid off.
labourer • Her husband had been a farm labourer.
workman • The workmen were building a fence around the area.
hand • He now works as a farm hand.
employee • Many of the company's employees are women.
manservant • They were waited on by a manservant.
servant • She couldn't lift a spoon without a servant.
follower • a London gangster and his two thuggish followers
attendant • He was working as a car-park attendant.
retainer • the ever-faithful family retainer
valet • He stayed on to serve his master as valet and then butler.
staffDictionary • Soldiers manned roadblocks in the city.
staff • They are staffed by volunteers.
people • a small town peopled by workers and families
fill • She filled the role of diplomat's wife for many years.
occupy • Alexandretta had been occupied by the French in 1918.
garrison • British troops still garrisoned the country.
furnish with men
IDIOMS:▷ man to man
▷ to a man
PROVERB:The best of men are but men at best
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attendantAn attendant is someone whose job is to serve or help people in a place such as a petrol station, a car park, or a cloakroom.
• He was working as a car-park attendant.
beau (US)A woman's beau is her boyfriend or lover.
• She appeared with her new beau.
fancy man (slang)
fancy man (slang)
beingYou can refer to any real or imaginary creature as a being.
• beings from outer space
Thesaurus for man from the Collins English Thesaurus