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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
muliebrity (myoo-lee-EB-ri-tee) noun
Womanly qualities; womanhood; femininity.
[From Latin muliebritas (womanhood), from muliebris (womanly), from mulier (woman).]
Virility is the masculine equivalent of the term.
"Did anybody glance around the Delta Center during Friday night's
first-round IHL playoff game and notice all the muliebrity on hand?
Half of the 6,123 spectators in the green seats were wearing heels
"Janie's story of personal growth may be charted as one that travels
from mules to muliebrity."
This week's theme: feminine and masculine forms of words.
I don't mind that you think slowly but I do mind that you are publishing faster than you think. -Wolfgang Pauli, physicist, Nobel laureate (1900-1958)