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adjective as in masculine

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He was gentle, mature, came off as intelligent and secure in his masculinity, didn’t get wrapped up in macho rivalries and, most importantly, he treated Sarah like gold.

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Someone may have been infected with the “maricavirus” if they are not “macho” enough.

The famously conservative macho action star delves to a level of depth and vulnerability we haven’t seen from him since “Boogie Nights,” and it’s hard to imagine an actor who would be a better fit as the conservative, blue-collar Joe Bell.

They’re simply too perfect, their personalities so meticulously designed to balance macho cred with sensitive masculinity that they can withstand no external pressure.

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Exotic animals “reinforce your own identity and bring you social attention, which is very, very rewarding for human beings,” says Coren“If I’ve tamed a tiger and it lives in my house, I’m really quite macho.”

Her response was a “very un-macho, uncool, and unexciting one,” according to Albertine.

It seemed that I, a staunch feminist, had found myself in the epicenter of macho culture.

And Pratt is at once macho, charming, and droll; a Han Solo for the Facebook generation.

For a supposedly macho male, the two traits he likes best in women are a sense of humor and guts.

And don't worry guys, having an alternate fantasy wouldn't make you less macho.

He then re-fastened his macho, adding for additional security a piece of whipcord, which he said rendered escape impossible.

Casiano haba disparado y errado el vquiro: hiri la hembra, y el macho, como sucede en estos casos, se enfureci y le atac.

Following these the Governor asks for the masquerade of the macho-raton, or the mules.

They give the second title to the piece, El Macho raton, an appropriate translation of which I am at a loss to give.

Amigo Capn Algl Mor, ya estamos aviados de la yunta de botijas de vino, no habr un macho de la cofradia de la comunidad?


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to macho, such as: aggressive, cocky, manly, masculine, manful, and potent.

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