Examples of usage:

  1. Miss M. will rank with any of them in womanliness or gifts or grace. "Harriet Martineau" by Florence Fenwick Miller
  2. Truly, if this be the result of the vindication of their rights, even the most devoted believer in Rousseau must admit that women thereby will gain, and not lose, in true womanliness. "Mary Wollstonecraft" by Elizabeth Robins Pennell
  3. The volume is interesting from beginning to end, and one rises from its perusal with the warmest admiration for Sarah Siddons because of her great genius, her real goodness, and her true womanliness, shown in the relations of daughter, wife, and mother. "Mary Wollstonecraft" by Elizabeth Robins Pennell
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