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Thesaurus / unmanliness

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Whatever may be my vanity, or self-seeking, or unmanliness if you will, is not what I say God's truth?
AN OLD MAN'S LOVEANTHONY TROLLOPE
He had brought it all on himself, he knew, by his unmanliness.
GRIFB. L. (BENJAMIN LEOPOLD) FARJEON
Wickedness consists in unmanliness, in being unlike a man, in becoming like an evil spirit or a beast.
And Tschaikowsky speaks straight to the nerves, with that touch of unmanliness which is another characteristic of modern art.
I do not know how far the charge of unmanliness can be made good against the Jains.
It is distressing to find out how much unmanliness there is in apparently manly men.
THE RED ACORNJOHN MCELROY
And they may consist with meanness, selfishness, cowardice, and utter unmanliness.
He is a stranger to me; I feel that I can love him without selfishness and weep for him without unmanliness.
MARGUERITEANATOLE FRANCE
"Listen, Miss," he went on hurriedly, as if to cover up his momentary unmanliness.
Nevertheless, she had still great confidence in Van Loo's fear of scandal and his utter unmanliness.

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