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noun as in grammatical rules applying to nouns that connote sex or animateness

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Example Sentences

I think there’s a lot of talk about trying to figure out a way to make restaurants more equitable, meaning equitable among gender, among races, more equitable among workers that are there.

From Ozy

After the story was published she said in a note to staff and investors her issue had nothing to do with gender.

From Fortune

Studies have also shown it helps if the person doing the intervention shares characteristics, such as gender or race, with the people for whom the messaging is targeted.

Combining Glemaud’s joyful, gender-neutral, body positive approach with the clean knitwear designs he’s become known for, the designer created three knit bands.

Those gender disparities largely persisted even when the researchers zoomed in on households where men and women both held jobs that could be completed at home.

There was a lot of positive feedback from people interested in non-gender binary people.

Gender roles exceed the biological circumstances of childbirth and they are, perhaps, much less likely to change.

There have been changes in our society on issues of sexual and gender justice.

The unfortunate reality is that race, gender, and economic status do matter when justice is meted out.

That they will leverage their voices and their power to make real change to improve gender diversity.

They are sometimes represented as being of both sexes, all having the power to change their gender.

Though we may not have followed the Greek rule, we to the present day always look upon a ship as of the feminine gender.

The sacred scriptures, in Hebrews, bestow on him the masculine gender, and so do the authors of the Greek version.

But the gender must be changed, when it becomes necessary to speak of separate numbers.

It is only in the conjugations that the principle of gender becomes lost in that of vitality.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gender, such as: common, feminine, masculine, and neuter.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.