Definition of Maidenliness. Meaning of Maidenliness. Synonyms of Maidenliness

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Definition of Maidenliness

Maidenliness
Maidenliness Maid"en*li*ness, n. The quality of being maidenly; the behavior that becomes a maid; modesty; gentleness.

Meaning of Maidenliness from wikipedia

- Wayback Machine' Pindar refers to the "praises of Hera Parthenia [the Maidenly]" Olympian ode 6.88 Archived 2015-11-06 at the Wayback Machine S. C****on:...
- because Lady Justice was originally not blindfolded, and because her "maidenly form" is supposed to guarantee her impartiality which renders the blindfold...
- because Lady Justice was originally not blindfolded, and because her "maidenly form" is supposed to guarantee her impartiality which renders the blindfold...
- of offending the bachelor sensitiveness of President Cleveland or the maidenly reserve of his bride has been far from anybody's thought...We must insist...
- could therefore be understood as Ceres' "daughter". Kore embodied the "maidenly" principle of generation that, more importantly, included a principle of...
- Parthenocissus is derived from the Gr**** terms parthenos (παρθένος; 'maidenly, chaste, virgin') and kissos (κισσός; 'vine') and means approximately 'virgin...
- with su****ions being aroused through her immodest attire and less than maidenly manner. Postumia was sternly warned "to leave her sports, taunts, and merry...
- musical, The Boy Friend ... she knows how to hit the right expressions of maidenly surprise and dismay, the right taps in a flow of nimble dances, and the...
- characterized as bold and manly, Ionic as matronly, and Corinthian as maidenly. Following the examples of Vitruvius and the five books of the Regole generali...
- φρονεῖν γλώσσᾳ τε λέγεσθαι. emè dè prépei parthenḗia mèn phroneîn glṓssāi te légesthai. I must think maidenly thoughts And utter them with my tongue....