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synonyms for workwoman

  • drudge
  • farmhand
  • grunt
  • hand
  • hireling
  • operative
  • peon
  • worker
  • workingman
  • workman
  • blue-collar worker
  • manual worker
  • migrant worker
  • unskilled worker
  • working girl
  • working man/woman
  • working stiff
  • workingwoman
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How to use workwoman in a sentence

My friend was an excellent workwoman; but with some intelligence, and the will to learn, I soon knew as much as she did.
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEYEMILE GABORIAU
She was an unskilled workwoman, not especially gifted in any way or fitted by her upbringing to earn her daily bread.
OLIVE IN ITALYMORAY DALTON
An artist or a workwoman can tell at once whether your stitch was laid just so because you meant it or because you knew no better.
ART IN NEEDLEWORKLEWIS F. DAY
The best workwoman can earn seven shillings a week, working eight hours a day.
ELIZABETH GILBERT AND HER WORK FOR THE BLINDFRANCES MARTIN
The lady now conducted Otto into the sitting-room, where he found the four daughters in full activity with a workwoman.
O. T.HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
Modeste laid each thread of cotton with a precision that would have made an ordinary workwoman desperate.
MODESTE MIGNONHONORE DE BALZAC
She is a poor old workwoman who walks with difficulty, leaning on a broom, from which one feels that she never parts.
WOMAN ON HER OWN, FALSE GODS & THE RED ROBEEUGNE BRIEUX
Her face, and voice, and smile would alone have won way for her; but in addition to those, she was a most dexterous workwoman.
SAXE HOLM'S STORIESHELEN HUNT JACKSON
I took the little workwoman in my arms, and kissed her till I was fairly out of breath and could kiss no longer.
THE TWO DESTINIESWILKIE COLLINS
An old workwoman who once saw her laughing and singing in this fashion said, "There's a girl who will come to a bad end."
LES MISRABLESVICTOR HUGO
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WORDS RELATED TO WORKWOMAN

  • blue-collar worker
  • drudge
  • farmhand
  • grunt
  • hand
  • hireling
  • manual worker
  • migrant worker
  • operative
  • peon
  • unskilled worker
  • worker
  • working girl
  • working man/woman
  • working stiff
  • workingman
  • workingwoman
  • workman
  • workwoman
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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