Perhaps I lost my temper—anyhow, it was unmanly of me to say what I did.
Will you or will you not answer for your unmanly and brutal conduct?'
I shall be sorry to see you so unmanly as to sink down in the mildew of an abject melancholy.
He was above all mean and unmanly feelings—he would withdraw his objection.
unmanly of him, no doubt, but what is a man to do when he cannot help it?
If I seem cruel and unmanly, it is because I wish to be kind.
To some of us it would be more appropriately called barbarous and unmanly cruelty.
Did the Dean mean to imply that his conduct hitherto had been unmanly?
The man was standing, large, dominating before her, but obsessed by every unmanly fear.
These troubles did not come all at once and I thought it unmanly to heed them.