[ myoo-lee-eb-ri-tee ]
/ ˌmyu liˈɛb rɪ ti /
womanly nature or qualities.
Origin of muliebrity
1585–95; < Late Latin muliēbritās womanhood, equivalent to Latin muliēbri(s) womanly (derivative of mulier woman) + -tās -ty2
Related formsmu·li·eb·ral, adjective
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There was a little toss in their movement, full of muliebrity.Pages From an Old Volume of Life|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
Muliebrity, mū-li-eb′ri-ti, n. womanhood: effeminacy, softness.
British Dictionary definitions for muliebrity
/ (ˌmjuːlɪˈɛbrɪtɪ) /
the condition of being a woman
Word Origin for muliebrity
C16: via Late Latin from Latin muliēbris womanly, from mulier woman
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