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Synonyms for masculinize

give a masculine appearance or character to

produce virilism in or cause to assume masculine characteristics, as through a hormonal imbalance or hormone therapy

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In rodents, a masculinizing effect of low-dose BPA has been demonstrated (Chapin et al.
Luke's masculinizing tendencies are seen in his focus on education, government, and cult.
Utopian designs for masculinizing women, marginalizing men, and vaporizing family homes are far more than literary fantasies.
Testosterone has an androgenic, or masculinizing, function and an anabolic, or tissue-building, function.
He still provides the telling historical example of the masculinizing of the lyric, the narrowness of disciplinary knowledges (read through "Resolution and Independence"), and the key idea of the literary "experiment" in his prefaces to Lyrical Ballads.
Bambara work s from within a black nationalist aesthetic of affirmation and solidarity, even as her stories resist the masculinizing coercions of the cultural nationalism of that period.
affinis were masculinized through dietary exposure of the known masculinizing agent 17[alpha]-methyltestosterone.
Normally, women enter institutions dominated by masculinizing stereotypes and thus emerge and end up reproducing these same stereotypes in the church.
The masculinizing influence is due to an excess of androgens in the mother, perhaps due to stress.
The "androgenic," or masculinizing, effects of testosterone include increase in facial and body hair, a deepening of the voice, and a heightened libido.
In preclinical studies, LGD-4033 demonstrated a highly tissue-selective profile with increased skeletal muscle mass and bone mineral density while largely sparing the prostate in males and masculinizing effects in females.