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girl·y

 (gûr′lē)
adj.
1. also girlie
a. Relating to or characteristic of girls, young women, or traditional femininity: a girly voice.
b. Often Derogatory Weak, timid, or effeminate. Used chiefly of men.
2. Variant of girlie..
n. Derogatory
Variant of girlie.
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