Definition of Charwomen

1. Noun. (plural of charwoman) ¹



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Definition of Charwomen

1. charwoman [n] - See also: charwoman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Charwomen

chartre
chartreuse
chartreuses
chartroom
chartrooms
charts
chartularies
chartulary
charva
charvas
charver
charvers
charvette
charvettes
charwoman
charwomen (current term)
chary
charybdotoxin
chas
chasable
chase
chase a rainbow
chase after
chase away
chase down
chase gun
chase guns
chase off
chase plane
chase port

Literary usage of Charwomen

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1. Minutes of Evidence by Canada Royal Commission on Civil Service, Royal Commission on Civil Service, Canada, J. W. Nelligan (1908)
"191 Creighton St. The humble petition of the charwomen in the employment of ... The present remuneration for services rendered by charwomen is at the rate ..."

2. Humorous Poems by Thomas Hood (1893)
"With charwomen such early hours agree, And sweeps, that earn betimes their bit and sup ; But I'm no climbing boy, and need not be ..."

3. Consumption: Its Nature, Prevention, and Homoeopathic Treatment, with by William Hitchman (1859)
"The preparation of barley-water is generally intrusted to nurses, charwomen, and servants, who know nothing and care less than that (if possible) about the ..."

4. Legislative, Etc., Appropriation Bill by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations (1906)
"There is an army of charwomen in these bills. Senator WARREN. What struck me as being excessive was the number of watchmen and charwomen you had been ..."

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