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She was the modern working woman revealed in all her glory on screen for the first time.

By far the greatest challenge, Burch said, is balancing being a working woman with being a mother.

In one riveting scene, she pretends to be an abused housewife in curlers rather than the independent working woman she truly is.

Obama never wanted for unconditional love, which came from his grandmother, another working woman.

Elbaz's power-broker femininity long ago redefined the wardrobe of the working woman.

The cowherd's wife was a hard-working woman, and it provoked her to see a great big man dreaming over the fire all the morning.

Mr. Curt Muller of Oregon employed a working woman in his laundry for more than ten hours.

The mother of the great Beethoven was a patient, hard-working woman.

I'm proud to be a working-woman, and even if I were rich like you, Mrs. Burnside, I couldn't bear to sit with my hands folded.

Don't tell me you are less magnanimous as a brave, hard-working woman, or you will sap my faith in womankind.

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On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to working woman, such as: baron, businessman, businesswoman, capitalist, dealer, and employer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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