suffragist

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Because a woman is a suffragist is no reason that she may not be a good housekeeper.

Off and on, I should say at least fifty Colorado women have tried to make a suffragist of me.

Hercules will always bow to Venus because she is Venus, though Venus be a suffragist.

The Prime Minister, between you and me, is as good a Suffragist as any of us.

It was then that I realised that I was not, heart and soul, a Suffragist.

Now, however, she is a suffragist, but she refuses to say that she has been "converted" to suffragism.

This is probably not true of any suffragist, and it is most certainly not true of me.

The Prime Minister, you will remember, called himself a suffragist.

He professed himself a suffragist, and declared that he intended to vote for the bill.

But you would want this woman you—intend to get to be a suffragist, wouldn't you?

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