unmaidenly

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From un- +‎ maidenly.

Adjective[edit]

unmaidenly (comparative more unmaidenly, superlative most unmaidenly)

  1. Not maidenly.
    • Bishop Hall
      The wanton gesticulations of a virgin in a wild assembly of gallants warmed with wine, could be no other than riggish, and unmaidenly.

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