Definition of Farmwives

1. Noun. (plural of farmwife) ¹



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Definition of Farmwives

1. farmwife [n] - See also: farmwife

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Farmwives

farmlike
farmplace
farms
farmscape
farmscapes
farmstand
farmstands
farmstead
farmsteading
farmsteadings
farmsteads
farmward
farmwear
farmwife
farmwives (current term)
farmwork
farmworker
farmworkers
farmworks
farmyard
farmyards
farnesal dehydrogenase
farnesal hydratase
farnesane
farnesene
farnesene alcohol
farnesenes
farnesoid
farnesol

Literary usage of Farmwives

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1. Outing (1892)
"The farmwives are glad to see us as we glide up to the house place, and they scuttle down the steps of the spring- house and come back with full bowls of ..."

2. Co-operation at Home and Abroad: A Description and Analysis by Charles Ryle Fay (1908)
"... with offers of temporarily higher prices, which are reduced as soon as the society is crushed or recouped out of farmwives in non- society districts. ..."

3. Waterways Versus Railroads by Harold Glenn Moulton (1912)
"The market produce of the surrounding country is brought into the city in boats by the good Dutch farmwives, is spread out for display in the market-place, ..."

4. Waterways Versus Railways by Harold Glenn Moulton (1914)
"... good Dutch farmwives, is spread out for display in the market-place, and sold direct, in large part, to families desiring a day's supply of fresh fruit ..."

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