tomboyish


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Adj.1.tomboyish - used of girlstomboyish - used of girls; wild and boisterous  
unwomanly - not womanly; "the logical clearness of her arguments...condemned her as eccentric and unwomanly"
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tomboyish

[ˈtɒmbɔɪɪʃ] ADJmarimacho
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

tomboyish

adj girljungenhaft
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References in classic literature ?
Dorothy Gardner was slim and jolly and rather tomboyish. Anne knew she was Roy's favorite sister and warmed to her.
Altman's tomboyish approach to life disappoints her mother, and as Altman grows older, she eventually moves out of the city to Connecticut to live with her wife.
Tomboyish in every way, at times her stubbornness puts her in direct conflict with Anthony's other friends.
When her quick thinking embarrasses her boss, who only hired her to escape allegations of racism, smart, straight talking, tomboyish yet vulnerable Romane is sent on a mission to New York to investigate a strange disappearance linked to the mysterious corporation where her scientist twin brother works.
For this season at least, Chanel-esque cropped jackets should take a backseat in favour of boxy, tomboyish pieces accessorised with chunky boots and studded leather bags.
Julie Andrews plays the role of Maria, the tomboyish postulant at an Austrian abbey who becomes a governess in the home of a widowed naval captain (Christopher Plummer) with seven children, bringing a new love of life and music into the home.
Based on the smash hit 1965 Hollywood blockbuster starring Julie Andrews as Maria, the tomboyish novice nun who becomes governess in the home of a widowed naval captain and his seven children, the stage musical is filled with all the well known Rodgers and Hammerstein songs from the film including My Favourite Things, Do-Re-Mi, Edelweiss, So Long, Farewell and Climb Every Mountain.
Shiloh was seen wearing a red tomboyish t-shirt, photos shared by (https://radaronline.com/photos/shiloh-pitt-spotted-during-parents-angelina-and-brad-divorce/) RadarOnline showed. 
"I'M quite tomboyish or I like to dress bohemian, with packed on rings and tied little tops."
'Titibo-tibo' has confusing meanings, given that the word is equated to being lesbian and tomboyish. Both words are not necessarily the same, and the song fails to distinguish between sexual orientation (the sex one is attracted to) and gender expression (how one expresses their gender).
Each makes a choice based on their personalities; for me, of course, the best choice was the tomboyish, writerly Jo's, when she declares, "I've laid in a heap of books, and I'm going to improve my shining hours reading on my perch in the old apple tree."
His charges are the tomboyish Marian and the ethereal-looking Laura (Olivia Vinall), who is the spitting image of, you've guessed it, that woman in white.