housewife

[ hous-wahyf or, usually, huhz-if for 2 ]SEE DEFINITION OF housewife
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In sooth, I would yet do it, if he would make it up with the housewife.

A test that can be applied by the housewife is illustrated in Fig. 4.

Every housewife who uses a teakettle is familiar with this condition.

A careful study of this table will be profitable to the housewife.

The housewife, in the absence of her husband, received me very kindly.

She had thought it was nice because he said he was her husband and she had enjoyed playing a housewife.

She might not be rich, but you realized that there was a housewife in the place.

Do you suppose a housewife has nothing better to do than gad about?

The following recipes will, I am sure, help the “out of town” housewife.

Every housewife must watch her own oven to know how this can be best accomplished.

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