How To Use Unfeminine In A Sentence

  • And I know that after menopause, estrogen levels decrease, which allows testosterone to take over, increasing the likelihood of baldness, "unfeminine" hair growth, etc. Cat 'Aww!', woman as construct, crossdressing and Intersex/DSD issues
  • Hearing the word infertile had made her feel unfeminine and as if her female body had failed in some way. Wild Feminine
  • Her hair was bundled out of the way in a most unfeminine way that somehow only made her more womanly. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • The company allegedly had a problem with her "unfeminine" clothing.
  • Hairy legs on women are considered unfeminine, although they are completely natural.
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  • She worked out at a time when it was thought to be distinctly unfeminine.
  • Attacked for being "unfeminine" in her depiction of female anger and aggression, Lessing responded, "Apparently what many women were thinking, feeling, experiencing came as a great surprise.
  • But, such prices are hard to resist, and apparently this has started the downward trend in the way we dress: "cheap, convenient, ugly, immodest and unfeminine" is easier than sewing your own appropriate clothing. Painting Inspired Dress # 1
  • For every boy for whom competition is the only way to prove his masculinity, there is a girl who is called unfeminine when she competes. State News Top Stories
  • And yet there was nothing unfeminine about the smile she gave him as she made up her mind. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
  • She would do nothing that could be thrown in her teeth; nothing that could be called unfeminine, indelicate, or undutiful. Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite
  • The basic construction is beehive shaped and is made of bent wood of either willow or hazel, and it is quite heavy and unfeminine.
  • And to be unfeminine - too masculine, in other words - is to invite savage personal attacks, intense scrutiny, and conjectures about one's sexuality.
  • an unfeminine depth of voice
  • Anna Seward, for example, found Smith's dramatisation of her own life in her writing deeply improper and unfeminine, lampooning Smith for what she perceived as the improper washing of her dirty laundry in public and characterised her sonnets as 'everlasting lamentables [and] hackneyed scraps of dismality'. [ Charlotte (Turner) Smith (1749-1806)
  • Women have been socialized so strongly to become mothers that we often feel guilty, unfeminine or a failure if we are not sure whether we want children.
  • False, smiling, cozening traitor! — and for that unfeminine barbarian! Count Robert of Paris
  • A woman being called unfeminine may take different forms.
  • Women's clothing at that time was devoid of pockets which were considered unfeminine and unnecessary.
  • Because she's a female, and you consider it "unfeminine"? NY Times slams Clinton's 'negativity'
  • They had to often wear unflattering and unfeminine clothes.
  • But being openly ambitious was considered unfeminine, and to be called unfeminine was the worst insult. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • Vera Brittain talks about this, about the sense in which she sees the professional nurses as a de-sexed figure, an unfeminine, hard, uncompassionate person.
  • Though women are swearing more today than before, it is still regarded by many as "unfeminine".
  • She attributes her accomplishments to the far-sightedness of her father who not only encouraged her in academics but also stood steadfast in his support of her profession that was dubbed unfeminine.
  • There is nothing unfeminine about striving for athletic excellence.

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