Definition of Townswomen

1. Noun. (plural of townswoman) ¹



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Definition of Townswomen

1. townswoman [n] - See also: townswoman

Townswomen Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Townswomen

townscape
townscapes
townselike
townsfolk
townsful
township
townships
townsite
townsites
townskip
townskips
townsman
townsmen
townspeople
townswoman
townswomen (current term)
townward
townwards
townwear
townwide
towny
towpath
towpaths
towplane
towplanes
towrope
towropes
tows
towsack
towsacks

Literary usage of Townswomen

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1. With the Pilgrims to Mecca: The Great Pilgrimages of A.H. 1319, A.D. 1902 by Wilfrid Sparroy (1905)
"They forbid their women to be on intimate terms with the townswomen; and when you meet them buying and selling in the market place they are always extremely ..."

2. The Strategy of Great Railroads by Frank Hamilton Spearman (1904)
"The townswomen became infected with the rancour. ... A meeting of the townswomen was called at a Presbyterian church, and it was largely attended. ..."

3. A History of Bewdley: With Concise Accounts of Some Neighbouring Parishes by John Richard Burton (1883)
"The townswomen gave a present to her Ladyship of the value of £10 1s., equivalent to certainly ^"50 of the present money. We are not told what the gift ..."

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