man's man

noun

Definition of man's man 

: a man noted or admired for traditionally masculine interests and activities

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Performances by Musgraves, Clark, Ballerini, McBryde, Ell, Lillie Mae and the rest of their Stagecoach sisters in rhyme helped remind festivalgoers that today's country music isn't strictly a man's man's man's world. Randy Lewis, latimes.com, "Stagecoach reveals the many niches within country," 30 Apr. 2018 The worker shouted at the man, then climbed the ladder the man stood on, pulling at the man's man's leg. Jeff Piorkowski/special To Cleveland.com, cleveland.com, "Man uses gun to rob store; flees scene on girls bike: Cleveland Heights police blotter," 27 Oct. 2017 Swanson was a man's man, and Offerman shares almost all these burly traits. Steve Heisler, Chicago Reader, "Five best bets for fall comedy," 15 Sep. 2017

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circa 1896, in the meaning defined above

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man's man

noun

English Language Learners Definition of man's man

: a man who is liked and admired by other men

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