Womanish

• (a.) Suitable to a woman, having the qualities of a woman; effeminate; not becoming a man; -- usually in a reproachful sense. See the Note under Effeminate.
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womanish

adjective having characteristics associated with women and considered undesirable in men; `womanish tears`
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Womanish

Wom'an¬∑ish adjective Suitable to a woman, having the qualities of a woman; effeminate; not becoming a man; -- usually in a reproachful sense. See the Note under Effeminate . ' Thy tears are womanish .' Shak. ' Womanish entreaties.' Macaulay. « A voice not sof...
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womanish

Suitable to a woman, having the qualities of a woman; effeminate; not becoming a man; usually in a reproachful sense. See the Note under Effeminate. ' Thy tears are womanish.' . ' Womanish entreaties.' 'A voice not soft, weak, piping, and womanish, but audible, strong, and manlike.' (Ascham) Wom'anishly, Wom'anishness. ... Source: Websters Dictiona...
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womanish

[adj] - having characteristics associated with women and considered undesirable in men
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