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girlie

adjective uk (also girly)   /ˈɡɜː.li/ us    /ˈɡɝː-/
girlie magazine, picture, etc. a magazine, picture, etc. that shows women wearing few or no clothes informal typical of females, or suitable for females rather than males: My sister has always been a very girlie girl, not like me. We had a real girlie chat. We do lots of girlie things together.disapproving Sometimes she speaks in this silly, girlie voice.
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