Definitions

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  • adj. Extremely feminine.

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ feminine

Examples

  • Unfortunately, the return of the "boys" after the war heralded the '50s as the age of Dior's "New Look," hyperfeminine with its wasp waist, "bullet bras" (a sneaky connection to war) and voluminous skirts.

    Tove Hermanson: Women, Pants, & Politics

  • "Oh, god, Margie, it's a total cliche, and hyperfeminine to boot" protested Myra.

    MORE FROM GINNY BATES -- LIFE WITH SMALL CHILDREN, 1991 TO 1993

  • They do womanhood the old-fashioned, unironic, hyperfeminine way.

    The Girl Problem

  • She cowers behind make-up, made afraid for profit, that others will discover she is not as immaculately groomed and hyperfeminine as stunningly sexy transvestite RuPaul nor as overendowed and open-legged as cartoon Jessica Rabbit.

    Survival of the Fittest

  • The theory is that “real” transsexual women and one intersex and transkid activist said that there are no real transsexual men, only women infected with the “trans virus” … are always hyperfeminine children who transition prior to puberty.

    Responding To The Feminist Anti-Transsexual Arguments

  • / The hypermasculine/hyperfeminine “ideal” never was my cup of borscht.

    Yes some guys are assholes, but it’s still your fault if you get raped

  • To be frank, any man who has been called a sissy and any woman who has felt pressure to be hyperfeminine is impacted when pop culture promotes rigid gender norms.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Asian women perceived as hyperfeminine; Asian men are seen as much more feminine than other men.

    NPR Topics: News

  • So Rihanna tops the pops with a song called "Rehab," and Pink, another of the new-model starlets who's both hypermasculine and hyperfeminine, cuts a video for "Sober" (notice a pattern?) that climaxes in a rough, heartless makeout scene between Pink and -- Pink.

    The American Spectator

  • Nonetheless, obviously not every girl can be as hyperfeminine and hypermasculine as the stars of page and screen.

    The American Spectator

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