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- n. The quality of being feminal; femininity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Feminity.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being female; female nature.
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At the age of seventeen or eighteen, our "young ladies" are sorry specimens of feminality; and palpitators, cosmetics and all the modern paraphernalia are required to make them appear fresh and blooming.
Their feminality goes on ripening into the depths of winter.
However, on observing more closely, I discovered that most of the grown-up adults present had books containing the translation of all the witticisms, which they secretly perused, and that the feminality were also provided with pink leaflets on which the dark outline of the plot was perspicuously inscribed.
For example, he has a deeper sense of the marvel of Nature, a tenderer feeling of her feminality.
After some more objections on the part of his mother, which Andy overruled, the women all joined in making up Andy into as tempting an imitation of feminality as they could contrive; but to bestow the roundness of outline on the angular form of Andy was no easy matter, and required more rags than the house afforded, so some straw was indispensable, which the pig's bed only could supply.