Recent Examples of masculinize from the Web
Reynolds had started taking testosterone earlier that year, and after years of tamping down their chest with a binder, had scheduled a consultation for top surgery (to remove breast tissue to masculinize the chest).
The theory is straightforward enough: These chemicals mimic the effect of the feminizing hormone estrogen and can interfere with masculinizing hormones like testosterone.
Studies found that a derivative excreted by juiced cattle reduces minnows' fertility, transforms female zebrafish into males, and induces other masculinizing effects.
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.
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First Known Use of masculinize
medical Definition of masculinize
masculinizationalso British masculinisation play \ˌmas-kyə-lə-nə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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