unmanlike

ADJECTIVE
  1. not possessing qualities befitting a man
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How To Use unmanlike In A Sentence

  • I knew it was a woman from the bungling, unmanlike way that pistol was laid in the dead hand; the only question I had to answer was _which_ woman -- Fifi, Lady Stavornell, or this wretched little hypocrite. Cleek, the Master Detective
  • Even after all these years, still one of the most convincely unmanlike aliens in the literature. MIND MELD: Who are the Most Memorable Characters in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror?
  • It went on to find that the child possessed unreasonable fears for his age, and had unmanlike toilet behavior. The Volokh Conspiracy » Stand Up and Urinate Like a Man:
  • Speech so foreign to her ears, unnatural in tone, unmanlike even for a lover The Egoist
  • For he that is angry seems with a kind of grief and close contraction of himself, to turn away from reason; but he that sins through lust, being overcome by pleasure, doth in his very sin bewray a more impotent, and unmanlike disposition. Meditations
  • It went on to find that the child possessed unreasonable fears for his age, and had “unmanlike” toilet behavior. The Volokh Conspiracy » Stand Up and Urinate Like a Man:
  • For the said dale, which hight the Black Valley of the Greywethers, hath a bad name for the haunting of unmanlike wights, against which even our men-at-arms might make no defence. The Water of the Wondrous Isles
  • I can undetstand how some “unmanlike” toilet behavior would compromise some important developmental opportunities. The Volokh Conspiracy » Stand Up and Urinate Like a Man:
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