adjective, noun, plural girl·ies.
Definition for girly (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for girly
They make kick ass cocktails, they break up fights, they scoff at the idea of 'girly' drinks.
Guffey: As long as you're not ordering bourbon to be the opposite of girly.
Expect rhinestone realness from pop's current queen of all things shiny, girly, and extravagant.
It was a girly dinner with lots of flowers at the Beverly Hills Hotel.Meet Your New Sleeping Beauty: Elle Fanning on ‘Maleficent,’ Brangelina, and Summer Style|Marlow Stern|May 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Although there was that grungy-vibe (flannel shirts and biker boots), it was girly, young even.Hedi Slimane's Second Collection For Saint Laurent: Grunge Galore|Alice Cavanagh|March 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A woman at your time of life, and drawing near death's door, Should not play with the girly girls, and think she's en rapport.Echoes from the Sabine Farm|Roswell Martin Field and Eugene Field
He had roused to the fact that Charles was rather "girly," and he wanted him like other boys.A Little Girl in Old New York|Amanda Millie Douglas
In the "Tube" railways girls of from sixteen to sixty—all girly—giggled hilariously at everything and anything and nothing.England|Frank Fox