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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of womanise.

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Examples

  • The whole generation is womanised; the masculine tone is passing out of the world; it's a feminine, a nervous, hysterical, chattering, canting age, an age of hollow phrases and false delicacy and exaggerated solicitudes and coddled sensibilities, which, if we don't soon look out, will usher in the reign of mediocrity, of the feeblest and flattest and the most pretentious that has ever been.

    The Bostonians, Vol. II (of II)

  • The Female Web is a new concept which proposes that behaviour and current activities on the internet suggest it is becoming more womanised and female centric.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • The Female Web is a new concept which proposes that behaviour and current activities on the internet suggest it is becoming more womanised and female centric.

    Telegraph Blogs

  • “My mother said in her time, her husband also womanised but she didn’t divorce him and today, she had succeeded in preserving their marriage.

    In South Africa, Wives Struggle Against 'Modern Polygamy'

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