I dislike that sort of writing which is neither manlike nor womanlike, and in which young Rameau excels.
womanlike, I suppose, I decided to make a sacrifice of myself.
womanlike, she wished him to say that he was in the wrong, so that her pride might be saved.
Peggy, womanlike, forgot that they had approached him in the first place.
The charm of the denied, the inaccessible is on her, womanlike.
womanlike, she had been longing for him to do so for some time, but resented it bitterly when he did.
It was speedily evident to her that, womanlike, the Frenchwoman was not satisfied with the fact of her husband's immense success.
womanlike, she felt certain that the other girl was not good enough for David.
But there her dignity stopped; for seeing that she had got a lever in her hands she began at once, womanlike, to use it.
Then there is a young girl with shy eyes and quiet, womanlike actions.