saleswoman

[ seylz-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF saleswoman
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Wilhelmine smiled, but—would this saleswoman never have done!

You can be a type-writer, or a stenographer, or a private secretary, or saleswoman.

She was seated, and a saleswoman was exclaiming discreetly at her elbow.

He observed with interest the wonderful figure of the saleswoman.

Kitty looked her disappointment, and the saleswoman came to the rescue.

The saleswoman helped her on with it, and, by accident, it fitted perfectly.

I chose the department store, and asked the only saleswoman in sight for a collar.

The more expensive the article to be sold, the more is required from the saleswoman.

In the winter slack season she may find a position as a saleswoman.

The saleswoman led them to a small room furnished in old gold and blue.

WORD ORIGIN

1704, from genitive of sale + woman.

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