feminine

[ fem-uh-nin ]SEE DEFINITION OF feminine

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Simple Alleyne opened his eyes at this little spurt of feminine bitterness.

Did she have a heart, then, or was it a feminine trait to turn pale in every emergency?

But dancing was the only feminine accomplishment with which she had any acquaintance.

"'Tis nothing," she answered, refusing his support with feminine reserve.

His own nature partook of the feminine, and he shared its intuitions and its fears.

She was in as feminine a fright as though she had never braved a danger.

Leave this lady to me; I know how to manage these feminine vixens.

It was a look of resentment and contempt, with just a dash of feminine reproach in it.

"We are almost there now," he answered, amazed at the feminine inconsistency of the command.

Yes, and you have found out that there are women who have a feminine air, but who are not women.

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