tomboy

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A popular term for a girl whose developmental gender-identity/role is somewhat discordant with her genital phenotype

tomboy

Psychology A popular term for a girl whose developmental gender-identity/role is discordant with her genotype. Cf Sissy.
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Teenager Tom Boys is about to embark on his professional career
YOUR NAME'S ON IT: Talented golfer Tom Boys showing some golf balls printed with the names of Tranmere stars on them to goalkeeping hero Danny Coyne
The county winners included Tom Boys (Royal Liverpool, 5&4), Kevin Kean (Ashton-on-Mersey, 3&2), Ian Winstanley (Warrington, 1-hole), Sam Connor (Sandiway, 7&6), Adam Wills (Sandiway, 4&3) and David Hird (Leasowe, 4&3).
Tom Boys (Royal Liverpool), Josh Evans and Richard Pickering (Mere) and Sam Connor (Sandiway), were among those making impressive debuts in the senior ranks.
Or the next batch of hopefuls, presently making their mark in the amateur game at the highest level such as Walker Cup player Tommy Fleetwood from Southport or England international Tom Boys at Royal Liverpool, this corner of England has a golfing pedigree which runs deep into the very origins of many of the game's biggest competitions.
In the morning session David Peel (Stockport) with Kevin Kean (Ashton-on-Mersey) and Tom Boys (Royal Liverpool) with Josh Evans (Mere) both won by one hole and James Murphy (Shrigley Hall) and Ray Hughes (Caldy) won 4&3.
Four pairs shared second place with 42, Grewal with Tony Peters, also from Portal, Sands and club colleague Mike Jones, Adam Powell and James Eaton from Hartford and the Royal Liverpool partnership of Toby Spence and Tom Boys.
Royal Liverpool hope Tom Boys faces an uphill task in today's final qualifying round after slipping to an 81 at Formby, where home club player Ian Winstanley fired a 77 and playing partner Jonathan Hurst (Shaw Hill) returned 76.
The line-up includes Lancashire's Matt Nixon of Ashton-under-Lyne, John Carroll from Huyton and Prescot, James Robinson of Southport and Ainsdale, Jonathan Hurst from Shaw Hill, Tom Boys from Royal Liverpool and Ian Winstanley who will be at his home links.
Craig Lewis (Prenton) with David Peel (Stockport), Tom Boys (Royal Liverpool) and Richard Pickard (Mere) and the Sandiway partnership of Chris Harrison and Ashley Sage won for Cheshire.
England boys international Tom Boys and his under-18 squad colleague Scott Campbell of Hallowes will represent the English Golf Union in the Thunderbird International at the Grawhawk Club in Arizona.