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noun as in person from one's country

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He also would follow his teenage countrywoman from the Augusta National Women’s Amateur last week, winner Tsubasa Kajitani.

Your fellow countrywoman, Franka Potente, has joined the show as a very strange killer.

“Her Majesty is a real countrywoman,” Mr Meldrum told the magazine.

But most probably he had been in Italy, where he had fallen in love with our fair countrywoman, and felt touched for our country.

Dora was her countrywoman and her friend; she instantly began to express her sympathy and her intention of interfering.

The countrywoman was in dismay at being told that five hundred francs were owing for the last fortnight.

I realised in a flash the profound contrast to that fellow-countrywoman of mine who had fascinated my attention on board the boat.

The emphasis was that of a countrywoman, and amused some people notwithstanding the melodious tone in which it was uttered.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to countrywoman, such as: compatriot, national, and fellow citizen.

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