womanliness[ woo m-uh n-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF womanliness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WOMANLINESS
But she had lost none of her womanliness; rather, the contrary.
She was such a child as she stood there, yet with something in her, too, of womanliness.
She has been aroused to remember that womanliness is not chiefly decorative.
In Iris' voice was a womanliness which showed his story had reached the depths of her being.
But to express the graces and endowments of a woman, it is her womanliness that is emphasized.
And crowning it all was a sweet grace and womanliness which was good to see.
The womanliness of that last motion was a thing for a man to wonder at.
And then they talk about modesty and womanliness and retiring!
Miss M. will rank with any of them in womanliness or gifts or grace.
That off-hand manner was not Frank Raban's ideal of womanliness.