charwoman

[ chahr-woo m-uh n ]
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I fixed at last on a charwoman who was about sixty years old.

The charwoman was cleaning the kitchen and now she's out in the hall.

On that particular evening, at about nine o'clock, the charwoman came in.

It was his charwoman, who, as a rule, came only for two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening.

He went off at the heels of the charwoman, and only returned a quarter of an hour afterwards.

I should n't be a bit surprised if the charwoman knew something about it.

The old gentleman was away all day and the charwoman was cleaning the room.

She was the only one who had been in the room that day, it was said by the charwoman who was first suspected.

"All his wealth143 came by her," swore the charwoman Joan Horton.

His wife acted as charwoman at the church built by Sir Jacques.

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