Because, ungrateful, unwomanly, miserable as you are—I will not rob you or the dead!
What astonishes me most is that a woman should be so unwomanly as to fight for a man in such a way as that.
She had always hated herself for her lack of tears; it was so unwomanly.
These are not the cheerless, crushed, and unwomanly mothers of polygamy.
Do I believe that she is wild, unwomanly, heathenish, as Mrs. Danby says?
Call me unwomanly, bold, wanton if you will, for making this declaration—but I love you!
To justify herself, she began, unwomanly, to weigh the evidence.
"Captain Prescott, I hope you do not think I have been unwomanly," she said.
It would be "unwomanly" in us to suggest such a word as inconsistency.
One might as well be guilty of crime, it appeared, as to be so forward and unwomanly.