ladyish

ladyish

(ˈleɪdɪɪʃ)
adj
informal like a lady
References in classic literature ?
Don't, for goodness' sake, begin to be languid and young ladyish! When you give up active sports you give up youth."
Ladyish, jack crevalle, the last of the bluefish and the first of the Spanish mackerel will be terrorizing finger mullet, whose inshore migration started all this activity to begin with.
Yes, the Shetlands have ponies and a rough wool used in wildly-patterned sweaters and scarves and old ladyish hats; but these aren't the reason why tourists visit.
might sound a little Church Ladyish, but the site was surprisingly jocular and useful after only two weeks, busting reporters for failing to reveal that their "impartial" political-observer sources had backed specific Democrats, tracking down disputed candidate quotes, needling commentators for using absolutes such as never and always, and so on.