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synonyms for masculines

  • andric
  • gender
  • macho
  • male
  • manful
  • mannish
  • potent
  • virile
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  • feminine
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How to use masculines in a sentence

Unlike the Accadians, who did not distinguish gender, the Semites divided all nouns into masculines and feminines.
ASSYRIA, ITS PRINCES, PRIESTS AND PEOPLEA. H. (ARCHIBALD HENRY) SAYCE
Objects of fear and reverence would be usually masculines; and objects of love and desire feminines.
MOON LORETIMOTHY HARLEY
The masculines far outnumber the feminines, and the neuters contain only age, eye and are, ear.
ANGLO-SAXON GRAMMAR AND EXERCISE BOOKC. ALPHONSO SMITH
In Irish—masculines are aspirated in the genitive and dative singular; feminines in the nominative and dative.
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM
The Nouns themselves (to whatever class they may belong) are either masculines, feminines, or intermediates (neuter).
THE POETICSARISTOTLE
The n-Declension includes (a) masculines, (b) feminines, and (c) neuters.
ANGLO-SAXON GRAMMAR AND EXERCISE BOOKC. ALPHONSO SMITH
The nouns belonging here are chiefly masculines and feminines.
ANGLO-SAXON GRAMMAR AND EXERCISE BOOKC. ALPHONSO SMITH
She had not succeeded in capturing a husband yet, but it seemed quite possible with all this influx of masculines.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD PHILADELPHIAAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
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