Meaning of womanishness in English:

womanishness

noun

derogatory

See womanish

  • ‘It is some native cowardice or womanishness which has rendered me subject to the flame of filial grief.’
  • ‘She insisted that her influence on the age exposed the lacklustre womanishness of the clergy.’
  • ‘Kingsley, advocate of muscular Christianity and espouser of manliness, detested what he considered to be effeminate ‘Mariolatry’ which was responsible for weakness and womanishness in society.’

Pronunciation

womanishness

/ˈwʊmənɪʃnəs/