machismo : Definition, Usages, News and More

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muh chiz moh

  • n  exaggerated masculinity

  • The affair has already prompted nationwide soul searching in Nicaragua about the legacy of machismo that no amount of revolutionary rhetoric has altered.
  • That gave the Corvette the very totem of hairy-chest, disco machismo acceleration comparable to a very hot Vespa.
  • Achebe guides us through the intricacies of Igbo culture, its profound sense of justice, its sometimes murderous rules, its noble and harmful machismo.
News & Articles

  • HBT Daily: Beanball wars are absolutely stupid
    I’ve been on this high horse many a time. And I don’t care how many folks tell me I’m being all uptight and goody-goody about it. I’ll still always be right and you’ll still always be victims of a culture of machismo which has mistaken violence for valor. Hmm. Don’t think I’m helping my cause…
    June 13, 2013 - NBC Sports: HardballTalk

  • Shami Chakrabarti in Indymedia UK
    Shami Chakrabarti director of Liberty said "This looks like a political machismo, a legacy moment. Stopping and questioning anyone you like will backfire because people will be being criminalised."
  • Sal Fasano in
    As the first prominent sportsperson on this island to come out...... he has challenged that boorish machismo that still underpins a lot of Irish society and a lot of GAA life. And he has challenged those of us who by our silence are accomplices in... Tom Humphries AFP Oct 22, 2009 60185 80342 machismo I really don't do it very often," said Fasano, who actually did it again in the eighth for a sacrifice that moved a runner to second. "I always could, but you always get that machismo thing going and (he thinks you) waste a good pitch, maybe...

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