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androgynous in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishandrogynousan‧drog‧y‧nous /ænˈdrɒdʒɪnəs $ -ˈdrɑː-/ adjective  1 HBhaving both male and female parts2 HBMsomeone who is androgynous looks both female and male Bowie had a kind of androgynous sex appeal.
Examples from the Corpus
androgynousEntirely encased in a latex bodysuit she becomes anonymous, even androgynous.Put bluntly, to be identified positively, homosexuality usually has to be dissolved into the androgynous.This lean, sporty, androgynous image is as limiting and as difficult to achieve as more conventional beauty ideals.Perhaps in the end it was my androgynous looks that appealed to him.Now, Venusruled Libra has been sundered from Virgo, whose lord is androgynous Mercury.Right: the healthy, androgynous sexuality of Jamie Lee Curtis.