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fe muh ni nuh tee

  • n  the trait of behaving in ways considered typical for women

  • For spring 2004, when every designer was sending cliches of femininity down the runway, Kawakubo left many in the audience perplexed by presenting models in voluminous skirts .
  • Spanish hurdler Maria Jose Martinez Patino never doubted her femininity until she arrived in Kobe, Japan, in 1985 to compete at the World University Games.
  • Any sign of independence or femininity is viewed as a challenge and provocation.

  • Donatella Versace in Times of India
    She should treat femininity as an opportunity and not try to emulate masculinity in politics,Versace said.
  • Robin Givhan in Reuters
    It was startling to see that small acknowledgment of sexuality and femininity peeking out of the conservative -- aesthetically speaking -- environment of Congress,Givhan wrote.
  • Bernard Arnault in Reuters
    They share the femininity and romanticism but also the modernity and extravagance ...... Christian Dior was not classical at all in the 1950s. He was revolutionary. Today he looks classical. It is like Picasso,said Arnault.

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