Of, characteristic of, or natural to a woman. See Synonyms at female.(adjective)
Resembling, imitative of, or suggestive of a woman.(adjective)
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Use "womanish" in a sentence
"But it gets better: “His movements have been described as womanish — a dainty ladylike way of walking when not assuming a military carriage in public, effeminate gestures of his arms — a peculiar graceless ineptitude reminiscent of of a girl throwing a baseball.”"
""Well, there is something effeminate a about that, something womanish, that is just what I would expect," the German said to the Montreal lawyer."
"She seldom schemed, but when she did scheme, her plans showed rather the comprehensive strategy of a general than the small arts called womanish, though she could utter oracles of Delphian ambiguity when she did not choose to be direct."