- found: Work cat.: Abate, M.A. Tomboys : a literary and cultural history, 2008.
- found: Sissies and tomboys : gender nonconformity and homosexual childhood, c1999.
- found: American heritage dict. of the English language, c2000 (tomboy: A girl considered boyish or masculine in behavior or manner)
- found: Web. 3 (tomboy 1 : obsolete. strumpet, harlot. 2 : a girl of boyish behavior)
- found: Random House Web. unabr. dict., c1997 (tomboy: an energetic, sometimes boisterous girl whose behavior and pursuits, esp. in games and sports, are considered more typical of boys than of girls)
- found: APA dict. of psychology, c2007 (tomboyism: the tendency of girls to adopt behavior traditionally associated with boys. See also role confusion)
- found: Wikipedia, May 6, 2011 (A tomboy is a girl who exhibits some characteristics and or behavior considered typical of the gender role of a boy, including the wearing of typically masculine-oriented types of clothes and engaging in games and activities that are often physical in nature, and which are considered in many cultures to be the domain of boys.)
- found: Google search, May 6, 2011 (437,000 results for "tomboys"; 28,000 results for "tomboy girls")
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