forewoman

[ fawr-woo m-uh n, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forewoman

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"That is for the operatives on the upper floor," explained the forewoman.

This order was so pointedly a dismissal that the forewoman had no excuse to linger.

The forewoman and Maurice had only taken a few steps when they encountered him.

"Only to a very moderate extent," replied the forewoman precisely.

What do you think the name of the forewoman at our place of business is?

In some cases this is a policy of the forewoman only, and not a rule of the firm.

A forewoman of experience calculated that more than half were married.

The forewoman and under-forewoman are sisters, and stay on and on.

The vellum sewers were said by their forewoman to be "a nice family party."

The forewoman and the girl in the warehouse were each taking 11s.

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