schoolgirlish

ADJECTIVE
  1. befitting or characteristic of a young girl
    a dress too schoolgirlish for office wear
    girlish charm
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How To Use schoolgirlish In A Sentence

  • The author herself lives up to her surname, wearing a schoolgirlish grey flannel minidress over jeans, with pink ballet pumps. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dangling element will brighten up a simple ponytail without making you look too schoolgirlish. Times, Sunday Times
  • Irritating silly schoolgirlish giggling from the "journalists" while they were leading Vince Cable into their trap. Dr Cable: From Saint Vince to Mr Bean | Editorial
  • The schoolgirlish charm of a good shirt. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her direct, active and assertive engagement with the camera was shocking in a land where schoolgirlish giggling and "cuteness" were considered most arousing to men of all ages.
  • The answer came in the form of a shy, pleased schoolgirlish smile. THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ
  • She looked up and found herself thrown into a schoolgirlish flustered state as she recognised the man from outside the Connaught, the one with the red rose. Final Resting Place of The Pen
  • In a strange schoolgirlish way, I was under the impression that elite university dons would teach me how to be a legal $$$ criminal on the level of greenmailers and the like. "Resign, or go commit suicide." Who said that to whom?
  • Not the Catholic kitsch of bleeding statues and luminous moon-rings that captivate her foolish schoolgirlish heart. The Sighting: James Wolcott
  • When she walked into the room, I let out this schoolgirlish scream of "ahhh" and Meryl went "ahhh". BroadwayWorld.com Featured Content
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