Adjective "gendered" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈdʒɛndəd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Relating or specific to people of one particular gender.
  1. 'Additionally, the new inclusivity in labour historiography may have specific effects in gendered maritime history.'
  2. 'This gendered language marginalizes female competitors by reducing our identity.'
  3. 'The paradoxical implication is of a specific radicalized and gendered tabula rasa.'
  4. 'That bias is gendered in that women face more demands than men on the home front when a spouse or children are present.'
  5. 'If the Doppelgänger is indeed gendered male, then it frequently embodies gender trouble for the masculine subject.'
  6. 'Two other poems suggest a similar male response to the complexities of negotiating a gendered world.'
  7. 'I have gotten to the point where I just don't go into gendered spaces.'
  8. 'Other labels draw attention to the organization of the space in the camp and to the gendered division of labor.'
  9. 'His idea of the female principle was not a sexist gendered notion of the passive female.'
  10. 'Men are also gendered beings, and are affected in negative ways through the social construction of masculinity.'

Definitions

1. characteristic of, suited to, or biased toward one gender: gendered diapers. gender2 [jen-der] /ˈdʒɛn dər/ Spell Syllables verb (used with or without object)

1. Archaic. to engender.

2. Obsolete. to breed.

More examples(as adjective)

"consciousnesses can be gendered."