adjective, un·man·li·er, un·man·li·est.
Origin of unmanly
Examples from the Web for unmanly
You must not give way in that manner—it is weak, it is unmanly.Mary Seaham, Volume 2 of 3|Elizabeth Caroline Grey
Most of them are heartily content to "rough it," ignoring Nature's fineness as bothersome or unmanly.My First Summer in the Sierra|John Muir
But "with a girl looking on a fellow couldn't really give way to unmanly tears."The Corner House Girls Growing Up|Grace Brooks Hill
Just as there is a discontent which is base, mean, unmanly, earthly—sometimes devilish.All Saints' Day and Other Sermons|Charles Kingsley
Francis wanted to cry, too, but he thought it was unmanly, and choked back the tears.Holiday Stories for Young People|Various