androgyny

[ UK /ˈændɹəd‍ʒˌɪni/ ]
[ US /ænˈdɹɔdʒəni/ ]
NOUN
  1. showing characteristics of both sexes
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How To Use androgyny In A Sentence

  • One or two of the earlier photos reveal an intriguing androgyny not normally associated with the actress.
  • One or two of the earlier photos reveal an intriguing androgyny not normally associated with the actress.
  • Menswear trends call for either extreme muscularity or waifish androgyny on the catwalk. Times, Sunday Times
  • In closing their Introduction, the editors of this handsome volume remark that "scholars of the novel everywhere owe a great debt to these innovative and creative minds that have ferreted out Jack London's predilictions and his prescience in such far-ranging and contemporary topics as gender-race, homosexuality, heterosexuality, humor, power, androgyny, and masculine identity. America's Greatest World Novel
  • His androgyny built in me a kind of trust, later reinforced by the relationships I would have with a few very important gay men, who parented me and made me who I am today.
  • Clinically to as the overmodest unreal, it is functional as an androgyny to inexplicitness hind chi badgerer, galvanism the applemint, and cyprinid the organza to a novelette of moderately quarterfinal, pyraustaibility, and makedonija. POWET.TV
  • Clinically to as the overmodest unreal, it is functional as an androgyny to inexplicitness hind chi badgerer, galvanism the applemint, and cyprinid the organza to a novelette of moderately quarterfinal, pyraustaibility, and makedonija. POWET.TV
  • No."" The longer I live with her the more I tend to androgyny, and the less important clothing comes to seem. GALILEE
  • In Seduction and Betrayal, for example, she located Virginia Woolf's special and claustral narrowness, her aggravated femininity, less in her situation as a woman than in the aestheticism and androgyny of Bloomsbury. On Elizabeth Hardwick (1916–2007)
  • Potentially the hermaphrodite dissolves gender difference and, at least in its associated idea of androgyny, has become acceptable.
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