workwoman

[ wurk-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF workwoman
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But she was kept on all the same, for no other workwoman could iron a shirt with her style.

The London workwoman buys a pound for one penny, or at the most twopence.

A workwoman, friends, she, no less than a princess; and princess most in being so.

The "treachery" is all the greater if the objector is a workman or a workwoman.

And each box passes through the workwoman's hands thirteen times!

She, too, had the smile of good-fellowship—coin freely passed from workwoman to workwoman.

It tells the story of a workwoman who attained a very high degree of Christian perfection.

Nabby was in her way and place a person worth making concessions to, for she was a workwoman not to be despised.

This I can do because I am here as simply one of themselves—a workwoman among other workwomen.

She resolved therefore to become a workwoman, and to employ in this way the leisure she possessed from household avocations.

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