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masculine

[′mas·kyə·lən]
(biology)
Having an appearance or qualities distinctive for a male.
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Thus, from a linguistic perspective, young female characters are portrayed more masculinely in ladies manga magazines than in shojo manga magazines.
For example, female employees told they are behaving too masculinely (or males told they are behaving too femininely).
Katherine Kearns derided Edna as somebody who "systematically nullifies herself as she nullifies others in her search for the masculinely defined grail.
Masculinely attired women were the targets of more than one early modern pamphleteer, who viewed the practice as dangerous to the social order.
As Glenn Hendler, author of Sentimental Men: Masculinity and the Politics of Affect in American Culture, put it to Naomi Wax: "The meaning of a man's display of emotions depends a great deal on how he has performed masculinely in the past.
Sanaa brought the intensity that those athletes have,'' he says appreciatively, then adds masculinely, ``but when we did our scenes, y'know, I ain't losing.