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more feminine

adjective as in girlish

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noun, adjective as in womanly

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Example Sentences

The looks were slightly more feminine (and by slightly, we really mean slightly).

But when I would see them in a social setting, they were wearing more feminine clothing like dresses and high heels.

Women with more feminine features did decidedly better at the polls.

Some are biological—larger eyes and rounder faces are more feminine, for instance, while a prominent chin is more masculine.

Think of a slightly less acerbic, more feminine Tom Wolfe, her literary idol and inspiration.

You women are different from the women over there—more feminine, perhaps—but you represent something I had forgotten.

It completely got the better of the prejudices of education, and turned all her thoughts to a gentler and more feminine channel.

It is the weaker and more feminine, or effeminate, nature that is generally tempted to resort to an unfair use of weapons.

She is more feminine than the most sensitive of women, more trembling than the tenderest violins.

During their fortnight in Scotland she had shown herself more feminine than he had ever believed her.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to feminine, such as: female, femalelike, gentle, soft, tender, and womanish.

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