Definitions for unmanlyʌnˈmæn li
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un•man•lyʌnˈmæn li(adj.)-li•er, -li•est.
not manly; not characteristic of or befitting a man.
Origin of unmanly:
unmanly, unmanful, unmanlike(adj)
not possessing qualities befitting a man
pusillanimous, poor-spirited, unmanly(adverb)
lacking in courage and manly strength and resolution; contemptibly fearful
without qualities thought to befit a man
In a manner that is unmanly.
Showing characteristics that are not manly, such as being immature, effeminate or cowardly, which might be construed as an indicator of weakness or of baseness of character.
Of or pertaining to something not human.
Not acceptable of a man.
Not becoming of a man.