Definition of Countrywoman

1. Noun. A woman who lives in the country and has country ways.

Generic synonyms: Rustic



2. Noun. A woman from your own country.
Generic synonyms: Compatriot

Definition of Countrywoman

1. n. A woman born, or dwelling, in the country, as opposed to the city; a woman born or dwelling in the same country with another native or inhabitant.

Definition of Countrywoman

1. Noun. A female compatriot ¹

2. Noun. A woman who lives in the country or has retained country ways ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Countrywoman

1. [n -WOMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Countrywoman

countrymade
countryman
countrymate
countrymates
countrymen
countrypeople
countryperson
countrypersons
countrypolitan
countryseat
countryseats
countryship
countryside
countrysides
countrywide
countrywoman (current term)
countrywomen
counts
counts/minute
counts angels on pinheads
counts coup
countship
countships
countwheel
countwheels
county
county agent
county council
county courthouse
county fair

Literary usage of Countrywoman

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1. Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan by John Lloyd Stephens (1858)
"... A countrywoman. — Renouncing the World.—Fireworks, 4c.—Procession in honour of the Virgin.— Another Exhibition of Fireworks.—A fiery Bull. ..."

2. Pictures of Travel by Heinrich Heine (1856)
"... who did not understand English, and who wished to become familiar with those poems, I recommended the translation of my fair and gifted countrywoman, ..."

3. Santo Domingo, Past and Present: With a Glance at Hayti by Samuel Hazard (1873)
"... constructed of the small withes or planks of the countrywoman and " Piccaninny.•• narrow woods of the country, and principally thatched roofs. ..."

4. The Days of Bruce: A Story from Scottish History by Grace Aguilar (1852)
"There is some treachery here, which we must sift; we must not leave our noble countrywoman in the hands of these marauders. Trust me, Alan, we shall recover ..."

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