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1 She looks rather masculine in that suit.
2 She has a rather masculine voice.
3 There are three genders in German: masculine, feminine and neuter.
4 She has a very masculine voice.
5 He has an aggressively masculine approach to these questions.
6 The French word for 'sun' is masculine.
7 That's a typically masculine attitude!
8 Hunting was a typically masculine occupation.
9 That suit makes her look very masculine.
10 The ceremony is exclusively masculine.
11 He was handsome and strong, and very masculine.
12 'He' and 'him' are masculine pronouns.
13 The word for " book " is masculine in French.
14 The Duke's study was very masculine,[www.Sentencedict.com] with deep red wall-covering and dark oak shelving.
15 Is it sensible to think of masculine/feminine as polar opposites ?
16 The French word for 'sun' is masculine - 'le soleil', but the German word is feminine - 'die Sonne'.
17 Men, their height, their masculine authority, never bothered Maggie.
18 Her big beaky nose gives her a masculine look.
19 Violence is an extreme form of traditionally masculine behaviour.
20 He has their virtues translated into masculine form.
21 This extremely masculine religion appealed to the Roman army.
22 There was no outlet for raw masculine energy.
23 In Jacobean drama masculine identity requires masculine ratification.
24 And what of the masculine/feminine dichotomy?
25 There was an aura of masculine occupation - neat, but unmistakably masculine.
26 His arrogance made him virile and masculine, his stubbornness gave him the character to administer his centuries-old responsibilities.
27 She laughed often; a great sudden masculine sound, jerking her arms as if elbowing the air out of the way.
28 They're nice curtains, but I'd prefer something a little more masculine.
29 In most languages adjectives have slightly different spellings for masculine and feminine.
30 Not the quick, rubber-heeled footsteps of a professional nurse but heavy, masculine footsteps.
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