Definition of Irishwoman

1. Noun. A woman who is a native or inhabitant of Ireland.

Group relationships: Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland
Generic synonyms: Irelander, Irish Person



Definition of Irishwoman

1. Noun. A woman from Ireland ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Irishwoman

Irish terrier
Irish twin
Irish twins
Irish water spaniel
Irish waterfall
Irish whiskey
Irish whisky
Irish wolfhound
Irishism
Irishisms
Irishly
Irishman
Irishmen
Irishness
Irishry
Irishwoman (current term)
Irishwomen
Irkutsk
Irma
Iron Age
Iron Chancellor
Iron Cross
Iron Curtain
Iron Lady
Ironside
Ironsides
Iroquoian
Iroquoian language
Iroquoians
Iroquois

Literary usage of Irishwoman

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1. The History of Burke and Hare and of the Resurrectionist Times: A Fragment by George MacGregor, George Mac Gregor (1884)
"Burke then discovered her to be an Irishwoman, who had walked all the way from Glasgow, sleeping at nights by the roadside or in farm-yards, ..."

2. The Monks of the West, from St. Benedict to St. Bernard by Charles Forbes Montalembert, Aurélien Courson (1872)
"The Northumbrian nuns already well known, except Bega. — Legend of this princess, an Irishwoman by birth. — Perpetual confusion of history and tradition. ..."

3. The Heroes of Methodism: Containing Sketches of Eminent Methodist Ministers by Joseph Beaumont Wakeley (1857)
"GRUBER AND THE Irishwoman. * "Between Redstone and Washington there was a very friendly Irish family. The woman was ' a great woman;' she 'guided her house ..."

4. A Confederate Girl's Diary by Sarah Morgan Dawson (1913)
"Irishwoman sat just by my head, bracing herself against my pillow in the most unpleasant style. I endured it without flinching until ..."

5. The History of Burke and Hare and of the Resurrectionist Times: A Fragment by George MacGregor, George Mac Gregor (1884)
"Burke then discovered her to be an Irishwoman, who had walked all the way from Glasgow, sleeping at nights by the roadside or in farm-yards, ..."

6. The Monks of the West, from St. Benedict to St. Bernard by Charles Forbes Montalembert, Aurélien Courson (1872)
"The Northumbrian nuns already well known, except Bega. — Legend of this princess, an Irishwoman by birth. — Perpetual confusion of history and tradition. ..."

7. The Heroes of Methodism: Containing Sketches of Eminent Methodist Ministers by Joseph Beaumont Wakeley (1857)
"GRUBER AND THE Irishwoman. * "Between Redstone and Washington there was a very friendly Irish family. The woman was ' a great woman;' she 'guided her house ..."

8. A Confederate Girl's Diary by Sarah Morgan Dawson (1913)
"Irishwoman sat just by my head, bracing herself against my pillow in the most unpleasant style. I endured it without flinching until ..."

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