Definition of tomboyishly in English:

tomboyishly

adverb

  • See tomboy

    • ‘She appears at first to be a teenybopper, then perhaps a ‘wild child’, but is perfectly at ease dressed either tomboyishly or in skirts.’
    • ‘She put her hands on her hips tomboyishly, and raised a silent eyebrow at the man.’
    • ‘It's just that due to her personality, she prefers to dress tomboyishly, so it kinda hides her feminine side!’
    • ‘In one photograph, a little girl plays tomboyishly in the street, oblivious to an upturned car nearby.’
    • ‘Before, I used to dress tomboyishly; but as time went by, I changed a little and became elegantly casual.’

Pronunciation

tomboyishly

/ˈtɒmbɔɪɪʃli/