As played by Omundson, King Richard is effeminate, sincere, and ten times funnier than everyone else.
And did you know that effeminate men in the 18th-century were known as “mollies”?
It is easy for the militias to score points by attacking groups that are universally disliked, like effeminate men, Long notes.
According to the sushi chef, the second son is sickly and perceived to be too effeminate to lead the country.
His countenance was effeminate and by no means bad-looking; his eyes were dark and intelligent; his teeth good.
The soft "r" and the hard "a" were taken as proofs of effeminate hypocrisy.
So-called practical persons know this, and despise such employments as frivolous and effeminate.
They are very idle, gay and effeminate, and I fear that they will lead you astray.
The learned Dean has been sneered at for a supposed sentimental and effeminate attachment to the Textus Receptus.
Though fair, he was not effeminate; his countenance was regular and expressive.