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Sisterhood vs. Womanhood

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Sisterhoodnoun

the state, or kinship of being sisters

Womanhoodnoun

The state of being a woman.

Sisterhoodnoun

the quality of being sisterly; sisterly companionship; especially, the sense that women have of being in solidarity with one another.

Womanhoodnoun

All the qualities typical of women.

Sisterhoodnoun

a religious society of women

Womanhoodnoun

Women considered as a group.

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Sisterhoodnoun

(feminism) The idea of universal experience amongst women, regardless of other traits or factors. (Considered obsolete in third-wave feminism.)

Womanhoodnoun

(euphemism) The vulva.

Sisterhoodnoun

The state or relation of being a sister; the office or duty of a sister.

‘She . . . abhorr'dHer proper blood, and left to do the partOf sisterhood, to do that of a wife.’;

Womanhoodnoun

The state of being a woman; the distinguishing character or qualities of a woman, or of womankind.

‘Unspotted faith, and comely womanhood.’; ‘Perhaps the smile and the tender toneCame out of her pitying womanhood.’;

Sisterhoodnoun

A society of sisters; a society of women united in one faith or order; sisters, collectively.

‘The fair young flowers . . . a beauteous sisterhood.’;

Womanhoodnoun

Women, collectively; womankind.

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Sisterhoodnoun

the kinship relation between a female offspring and the siblings

Womanhoodnoun

the state of being an adult woman

Sisterhoodnoun

a religious society of sisters (especially an order of nuns)

Womanhoodnoun

women as a class;

‘it's an insult to American womanhood’; ‘woman is the glory of creation’;

Womanhoodnoun

the status of a woman

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