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Synonyms for feminize

assume (more) feminine characteristics


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

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Of the men in nonmanufacturing occupations that did not feminize at all between 1970 and 1980, eight and one-half percent left their occupations (see Table 2, Panel C).
One might feminize the agent of fetishism (make the fetishizer a woman).
Although Al-Hassoun lauded the government's decision to feminize women's shops, she added that greater social awareness on the issue is essential for long-term success.
There's a notion that lesbians hate men, that they will feminize their men or make them into sissies.
It must not be forgotten that a government seriously committed to national defense would have nothing to do with the ongoing schemes to feminize and homo-sexualize the military.
For example, does a masculine god feminize men and the virtues of love in a way that promotes hypermasculinity and violence?
The third phase of the feminization of shops involves counting all women-only shops at malls and along the streets, their licensing types, the number of workers, the nature of work, databases to plan the marketplace and the time frame within which to feminize each individual shop.
In this exhibition, one found an aggressive pursuit of intense color and fine surfaces combined with a drive to feminize those associations.
However, Hayes speculates, low concentrations of atrazine probably stimulate the testes to make enough estrogen to feminize them but not enough to engage the pituitary's shutdown switch.
Husbands got in touch with their sensitive sides in full cooperation with the movement to feminize society.
Textile merchants dealing with women's fabrics in Riyadh are intending to form an alliance to protest the Labor Ministry's decision to feminize textile shops by the end of 2016 and are soliciting the assistance of a lawyer to litigate on their behalf.