Englishwoman

[ US /ˈɪŋɡɫɪʃˌwʊmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a woman who is a native or inhabitant of England
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How To Use Englishwoman In A Sentence

  • A lone Englishwoman with a Dormobile who had a caravan in a clump of trees at the bottom of a farm sounded easy. THE SCAR
  • By the end of the third game the Englishwoman had something of the thoughtful, resigned air of an antelope that has been run down by a cheetah. Times, Sunday Times
  • This whole mess is presided over by Anne Robinson, a prim, starchy, offensive Englishwoman who asks the questions while berating the contestants with wooden taunts and denigrating comments.
  • Englishwoman for that slim kerel of a Boer's son they got their claws on at the beginning of the siege -- has come in under the white flag this morning. The Dop Doctor
  • It is almost impossible for an Englishwoman in any part of the world, no matter how rough she may become, even in bushranging, to view dirt with calm and indifference. The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton
  • I looked in admiration at this highborn Englishwoman whose true Christian humility enables her to do the scavengering work usually performed only by “untouchables.” Autobiography of a Yogi
  • It was untypical, it was oddly embarrassing in so strong and conventional an Englishwoman. DARE CALL IT TREASON
  • As I write, the average height of an Englishwoman is a hair's breadth below 5 5. LEARNING TO TALK: SHORT STORIES
  • By the end of the third game the Englishwoman had something of the thoughtful, resigned air of an antelope that has been run down by a cheetah. Times, Sunday Times
  • By the end of the third game the Englishwoman had something of the thoughtful, resigned air of an antelope that has been run down by a cheetah. Times, Sunday Times
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