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noun as in masculinity

Weak match

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Racism and machismo have long been a bitter reality in top-tier sports.

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That, in turn, has meant that in a country where machismo is the norm, soccer clubs and players have shunned jerseys with the number 24.

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The hard roll has tradition and a kind of inflated machismo behind it, but the truth is, the “G” Man is a thing of beauty no matter what bread you select.

Nature, here, isn’t impressed with masculinity at all, and it’s prepared to smash machismo against its rocks along with anything else.

Lower-level staffers and players, in a sport that still too often values shows of toughness and machismo, seemed to follow the head coach’s lead, Franklin says.

And yet as Robert Ward discovered, Marvin—for all of his larger-than-life machismo—was surprising in real life.

The machismo of Afghan male culture apparently coexists with a little-noted passion for gardening.

Violence against women continues to plague Turkey, and a pioneering new female political party blames Erdogan's machismo.

But it is indeed in Uttar Pradesh that we see the deepest sympathy for this  deleterious machismo.

Male machismo might be denting the numbers of donors—but Rambam is fighting back.

Machismo was more meaningful to the average estate than education.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to machismo, such as: manhood, manliness, masculinity, maleness, manfulness, and virility.

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