The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- While I was at High School, there was a guy in the year above me who was picked on and teased mercilessly because he was effeminate.
- There were effeminate guys who were looking for more macho guys.
- The effeminate males in view were youths, not children.
- They adopt feminine dress, footwear donned not for wear but for show, and an affected effeminate gait.
- It's the tale of a delicate, sheltered little prince who leaves his castle and ventures into a world with no patience for effeminate and ineffectual aristocrats.
- By making ‘gay’ equate with effeminate, society has done a good job of creating a minority closed category which forces people to take sides.
- That's the thing with a lot of straight guys, they think that because we're gay we're submissive and all effeminate and we're going to back down.
- And certainly once a man begins to neglect his domestic duties he becomes painfully effeminate, does he not?
- What Westerners construed as effeminate is in fact virile, an assertion of perfected control and independence.
- He is artsy, creative, colourful and ultimately effeminate.
- He had extremely effeminate hands and gestures.
- Nearly every Englishman of working-class origin considers it effeminate to pronounce a foreign word correctly.
- A furtive homosexual, he pocked his fiction with scathing descriptions of effeminate men.
- One of them was a skinny, young black fellow who wore spectacles and spoke with an effeminate voice.
- I don't think cooking is effeminate - I'd question the sexual orientation of anyone who said that!
- Then two old ladies started kicking up a fuss telling the boys off, making the bigger one get protective of the more effeminate one.
- Thus they make a great point of being hostile to gay men, especially to effeminate gay men.
- He noted a soft, effeminate soldier across the way.
- I've been told it's one of Derek's more effeminate moments.
- Smith spends the remainder of the film chomping on cigars with an effeminate scientist.
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