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Synonyms for feminize

assume (more) feminine characteristics


Related Words

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

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However, as part-time work is usually confined to low graded feminised jobs, direct full-time male or even female comparators are hard to find, with the result that this legal right rarely applies in practice; and As the vast majority of part time workers are women, these comparisons demonstrate the pay penalty for part-time working arrangements.
Schools to be feminised or partly feminised in Abu Dhabi include Omair bin Yousef (278 students), Sas Al Nakhl (453 students) and Hamoodah bin Ali (377 students).
In a recent report, it was found that one third of small mouth bass were feminised in nine major U.
Girls were viewed as children and as future workers and mothers, their rights and responsibilities were thereby feminised and sexualised.
Thanks to our new feminised society, he can bleat on about it for all our benefit
Men's magazines seem to have been feminised in the worst possible way and we are beginning to see a rise in the preoccupation of men and boys with how they look.
Tutankhamen is often shown in a feminised way and scientists say this was probably a "style of the time" and not due to a medical condition.
Up front it flaunts a brazenly masculine image, in its Pullmanised interiors it is domesticated and feminised.
She said: "I am concerned the teaching profession is becoming completely feminised.