Definition of Greer, Germaine in English:

Greer, Germaine

proper noun

  • (1939–), Australian feminist and writer. She first wrote "The Female Eunuch" (1970), an analysis of women's subordination in a male-dominated society. Other books include "The Change" (1991), about social attitudes toward female aging.

Pronunciation:

Greer, Germaine

/ɡri(ə)r/