pussify

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

pussy +‎ -ify

Pronunciation[edit]

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Verb[edit]

pussify (third-person singular simple present pussifies, present participle pussifying, simple past and past participle pussified)

  1. (slang) To make weak and effeminate.
    • 1998, George Carlin, Brain Droppings:
      It's a perfectly noble and respectable word. So let's look at this pussified, trendy bullshit phrase, Native Americans. First of all, they're not natives.
    • 2004, Eric Dezenhall, Shakedown Beach:
      The old men who were dying in the Frank Sinatra Wing were here in part because they thought cholesterol was a concept invented by feminists to pussify them []
    • 2006, Alan Goldsher, Modest Mouse: A Pretty Good Read:
      [] to pussify their sound in order to appeal to the lowest common denominator, which will theoretically help that corporation move a bajillion units.
    • 2006, Wallace Williamson, Collins Crossing
      [] how she kept telling him that he was getting too pussified to be seen with her by Marines.