housewifery

[ hous-wahy-fuh-ree, -wahyf-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF housewifery

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No one with a high respect for housewifery could have written that line.

What had she to do with a husband, and housewifery, and the bearing of children?

Order in time and place are studied further in the chapter on Housewifery.

Cooking, sewing, and housewifery are a part of the school work.

For the child wife must be taught the duties of housewifery.

The cooking-schools are helping us in another useful branch of housewifery.

But, with true Maryland housewifery, she must personally see to all the details of the annual flitting.

Be sure that with all the plainer parts of housewifery, Abby was also instructed in its graces.

Schools of housewifery for the training of mountain peasant girls for domestic service.

And in a few moments the old lady scuttled in, bearing the looking-glass—a triumph of New England housewifery!

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