workingwoman[ wur-king-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF workingwoman
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORKINGWOMAN
Naturally, the workingwoman who is all alone in the world cannot exist on such a sum.
Give the workingwoman a vote and she, too, can protect herself.
You go ahead and print your newspaper and don't worry about the workingwoman.
Below the bourgeoise was the workingwoman, whose ideas were limited to those of a savage and who was a woman only in sex.
Another has a great scheme for starting a "workingwoman's home" and wants Miss Anthony to furnish the money.
The lot of a German workingwoman in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries was very hard.