But what I hear about the role of women is often inspired by an ideology of machismo.
It was the age of unbridled excess, avarice, and machismo gone haywire.
She talked about being a woman in a minority where "the machismo of the Sabra"—a native-born Israeli—is still supreme.
But Castro nixed having a colostomy, perhaps out of pride, machismo, or hubris—or some combination of the three.
Violence against women continues to plague Turkey, and a pioneering new female political party blames Erdogan's machismo.
The smartest thing Bush does is drop the machismo that characterized so much of his term of office.
What it signified was obvious: the machismo inherent to youth sports that parents crave.
The play is about violence, machismo, poverty, desperation, and surrogate-father figures.
Like most patriarchal cultures, Iraqis take pride in their machismo.
machismo was more meaningful to the average estate than education.
Aggressive masculinity; blatant virility: machismo, a he-man complex/ with Chicago machismo, also universal adolescent horniness
[1960s+; fr Spanish]