- boys + -y (Wiktionary)
“Last Friday the Guardian newspaper commentedon the "boysy" aspect of the Carnegie shortlist.”
“I think for a long time there weren't too many "boysy" books around and what I've done is tap into those good old-fashioned adventure stories that used to be so popular.”
“Is it a bit off of us to be amazed that such a hottie can be so, well, boysy?”
“Over on Radio 4, Alan Johnson was also getting v boysy, running around with the Merseybeats, in the first of a series of 15-minute programmes about how Johnson is a failed rock star.”
“Hill wanted to channel Chung's low-key, deshabillé, coolest-girl-in-sixth-form sensibility; and also the boysy, briefcase-y spirit of the Elkington.”
“It's not just that the premise that ladies exert themselves little during sex is a bit boysy and grating "I thought it would be classier than this didn't you?" he acknowledged it's more that the routine, that climaxes with a close-up of his sex face, contrasts poorly against his other material.”
“Ignoring the boysy banter, beautiful Angel Coulby - a Guinevere who is all smile and freckle and luxuriant curl - is deeply absorbed in a thriller, her train-ticket bookmark clutched in her right hand as she scans the text.”
“I loved that band: much less boysy than the Jam, all summer joy, camp promos and Euro-fop fashion.”
“Alan Johnson was also getting v boysy, running around with the Merseybeats, in the first of a series of 15-minute programmes about how Johnson is a failed rock star.”
“We had very boysy boys - it was important that they still looked very masculine in their slips.”
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