Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Born of woman.

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Examples

  • But then along came not just drag queens but, with medical advances, transsexuality and transitioning, and now we have “radicals” absolutely insisting on being a “woman-born woman” — in other words, radical feminism has been flipped on its head.

    On Transgender, Transsexuals, and Entrenching the Binary Gender System

  • Wise is the woman-born warrior Dragons who dauntless dares;

    Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves

  • Wise is the woman-born warrior Dragons who dauntless dares;

    Smart Dragons, Foolish Elves

  • But to none among men, if so be thou art woman-born, has my heart gone out as it has to thee -- thoughtful, wise, and courteous; but something of a small imp. '

    Kim

  • There was an indefinable majesty, a moral glory, a tender grace, an ineffable attractiveness in this Man, which was immediately appreciated by the greatest of woman-born, because of his own intrinsic nobility and greatness of soul.

    John the Baptist

  • Nay! for that matter, neither is St. Michael woman-born.

    The Well of Saint Clare

  • From mythology, the archetype that suits the violent-type woman is Athena who claims she was not of woman-born, but instead emerged whole from her father Zeus 'head.

    CommonDreams.org Headlines

  • The (woman-born-)sister of one of the children discusses her (trans)sister’s discomfort with puberty.

    This story absolutely broke my heart | Mind on Fire

  • But to none among men, if so be thou art woman-born, has my heart gone out as it has to thee — thoughtful, wise, and courteous; but something of a small imp.’

    Kim

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