feminise


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assume (more) feminine characteristics

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to give a (more) feminine, effeminate, or womanly quality or appearance to

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In The Way Back, the "shafted rain" feminises the burning land, cloaking it with a 'green distress'.
Liverpudlian Michael, who dressed as a woman, asked to be called Elizabeth and was given female hormone replacement tablets to feminise his features.
But is it progress to simply feminise the action-film grunt?
beaucoup moins que] Les medias ne s'y interessent plus et le metier s'est de plus en plus feminise y compris en termes d'inscription a l'institut ou la gent feminine predomine au point ou la section homme n'existe plus.
There are several cliched but touching moments where Lauren reaches out to Jim's daughters, often mistaken for boys with their male haircuts from the previous century, and tries to feminise them.
The study, shows that more than half of British men think they are living in a woman's world, while a staggering 81% of the 2,000 men who took part in the survey believed society had tried to feminise men.
As Hearts prepared to face Hibs in the first Edinburgh derby of the season today, she revealed how she aims to feminise the club, attract more women to games and launch fashion and jewellery brands.
Un chiffre qui confirme que le vivier des futures elites s'est feminise.
The study showed that more than half of British men think they are living in a woman's world, while a staggering 81% of the 2,000 men who took part in the survey believed society had tried to feminise men.
And more than 80 per cent feel society has tried to feminise them.
Left to right Littlewoods, pounds 35 Emphasise the waist to feminise an athletic figure.
Wear with short, shearling boots and a print silk blouse to feminise the look.
Research for lads' mag FHM showed 81% of respondents thought society had tried to feminise men.