Recent Examples of feminize from the Web
But Hitler—yes, Hitler—feminized the color pink by forcing gays to wear triangles in that shade during World War II.)
The New York Times reported earlier this year that Manning was eventually permitted to wear female prison undergarments, receive speech therapy to feminize her tone and begin cross-sex hormone therapy.
Elkin tries to modernize and feminize the flâneur by filling in the role herself.
The indignity Trump suffers comes from being feminized, from assuming the role that a woman usually fills.
Feminizing a voice, however, involves far more than just achieving a consistently higher pitch.
Just as some transgender women and men choose to take hormones or have surgery, or choose neither, some seek to feminize or masculinize their voices.
Or for women to feminize the puffer by wearing it off the shoulder, cinched at the waist (Public School).
But, citing security risks, the military rejected the recommendation of an outside psychologist who said she should be permitted to further feminize her appearance by growing her hair longer than male military standards.
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medical Definition of feminize
feminizationor British feminisation play \ˌfem-ə-nə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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