androgenous


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an·drog·e·nous

(an-droj'ĕ-nŭs),
Giving birth to males.

androgenous

Pertaining to the birth or preferential production of male offspring.
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The androgenous attraction of the "kabukimono" she presented on stage was so captivating that the theater itself was called "Kabuki," and imitators cropped up immediately in Kyoto and the countryside.
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Moreover, there are peripheral matters to be considered, such as the nature and unity of the Romantic song cycle, the androgenous character of the hero, Schubert's state of mind in 1823 and 1824, and the chronology of the work's composition.
A commercial flashes in front of us, showing ethnically unplaceable, androgenous people buying, selling, and making fools of themselves.
In the marketplace, businesses will increasingly find themselves faced with the converged attitudes, expectations and buying habits of a more androgenous male/female.
He displays a very puzzling kind of androgenous sexuality.