Definition of Sissified

1. Adjective. Having unsuitable feminine qualities.

Exact synonyms: Cissy, Effeminate, Emasculate, Epicene, Sissy, Sissyish
Similar to: Unmanful, Unmanlike, Unmanly
Derivative terms: Effeminateness, Sissiness



Definition of Sissified

1. Adjective. Made like a sissy. Effete. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sissified

1. [adj]

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Literary usage of Sissified

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1. Psychopathology by Edward John Kempf (1920)
"... sissified" by their parents and associates tend to become fixed homosexuals of the receptive, dependent, submissive type. They seek for the protective ..."

2. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"... borne it better if she 'd been a boy," he acknowledged grimly; "but to see all your virile —masculine vices come back at you, so sissified, in skirts! ..."

3. Cloudy Jewel by Grace (Livingston) Hill (1920)
"Allison, always ready to curl his lips over anything sissified, sat watching him gravely. Here was a new specimen. He didn't know where to place him. ..."

4. An American in the Making: The Life Story of an Immigrant by Marcus Eli Ravage (1917)
"The final insult to a Missourian was to suggest that he was "sissified." There was .something like a panic among the more refined of my fellow-students at ..."

5. An American in the Making: The Life Story of an Immigrant by Marcus Eli Ravage (1917)
"The final insult to a Missourian was to suggest that he was "sissified." There was something like a panic among the more refined of my fellow-students at ..."

6. The American Pageant Revisited: Recollections of a Stanford Historian by Thomas A. Bailey (1982)
"... five sisters would become sissified. But his views on the Civil War and particularly on Abraham Lincoln were obviously warped by his Southern exposure. ..."

7. America and the Young Intellectual by Harold Stearns (1921)
"With us it was a natural pioneer tradition that to be interested in the life of reason was in itself rather feminine and sissified. We are far from having ..."

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