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Another word for sissified

  1. Having qualities more appropriate to women than to men

      1. Having or showing qualities or characteristics more often associated with females than males; unmanly:
      2. Characterized by such qualities; weak; soft, decadent, etc.
      3. Having the qualities generally attributed to women, as weakness, timidity, delicacy, etc.; unmanly; not virile
      1. Having characteristics traditionally ascribed to the other sex, especially as a male who is considered to be effeminate.
      2. Designating a noun, as in Latin or Greek, having only one grammatical form to denote an individual of either sex
      3. Having no characteristics of either sex.
      1. (Gram.) Designating, of, or belonging to the gender of words denoting, or referring to, females as well as many other words to which no distinction of sex is attributed
      2. Suitable to or characteristic of a woman; womanly
      3. Having qualities regarded as characteristic of women and girls, as gentleness, weakness, delicacy, or modesty
      1. Lacking courage, resoluteness, etc.; cowardly, weak, etc.
      2. (Of a person) Showing characteristics that are not manly, such as being immature, effeminate or cowardly, which might be construed as an indicator of weakness or of baseness of character.
      3. Of or pertaining to something not human.
      1. Of, characteristic of, or suitable to a woman, especially when considered inferior to a man:
      2. (Often pejorative) Characteristic of a woman; feminine; effeminate. [from 14th c.]
      3. Like, characteristic of, or suitable to a woman; feminine or effeminate
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