Definition of Scotchwoman

1. Noun. A woman who is a Scot.

Exact synonyms: Scotswoman
Generic synonyms: Scot, Scotchman, Scotsman



Definition of Scotchwoman

1. Noun. A woman from Scotland. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scotchwoman

Scotch kiss
Scotch laburnum
Scotch marigold
Scotch pancake
Scotch pine
Scotch tape
Scotch terrier
Scotch thistle
Scotch whiskey
Scotch whiskies
Scotch whisky
Scotch woodcock
Scotches
Scotchman
Scotchmen
Scotchwoman (current term)
Scotchwomen
Scotish
Scotism
Scotist
Scotists
Scotland
Scotland Yard
Scotlander
Scotlanders
Scots
Scots English
Scots Gaelic
Scots heather
Scots pine

Literary usage of Scotchwoman

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1815)
"... Donald, are humorous and charac' t eristic. unless we give a wrong quantity to harassed. Art. 15. The Scotchwoman* By Anthony Frederick Holstein. ..."

2. Twenty-seven Years in Canada West: Or, The Experience of an Early Settler by Samuel Strickland (1853)
"THE POOR Scotchwoman AND HER SPIN- NING-WHEEL. AFTER the adventure related in the last chapter, nothing material occurred during the winter, ..."

3. The Sunday Magazine by Thomas Guthrie, William Garden Blaikie, Benjamin Waugh (1875)
""'Deed, young leddy, and that's kindly said," replied the Scotchwoman, her grave visage lighting up for a moment with a sudden and most pleasant smile, ..."

4. Doctor Claudius: A True Story by Francis Marion Crawford (1883)
"Margaret did not know this, or the thought of the angular and well-bred Scotchwoman bounding over the glad waters of the dark blue sea would have made her ..."

5. The three kingdoms: England, Scotland, Ireland by Charles Victor P. Arlincourt (1844)
"I begged for a Jacobite song, and I heard from the lips of the charming Scotchwoman, the lady of the white rose-tree, the celebrated air of the mountains ..."

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