Definition of Fisherwomen

1. Noun. (plural of fisherwoman#English fisherwoman) ¹



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Definition of Fisherwomen

1. fisherwoman [n] - See also: fisherwoman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fisherwomen

fisherboys
fisherfolk
fisherfolks
fisheries
fisherman
fisherman's bend
fisherman's knot
fisherman's knots
fisherman's lure
fishermen
fisherpeople
fisherperson
fisherpersons
fishers
fisherwoman
fisherwomen (current term)
fishery
fishes
fishes out of water
fisheye
fisheye lens
fisheyes
fishfinder
fishfinders
fishfinding
fishflies
fishfly
fishful
fishgig
fishgigs

Literary usage of Fisherwomen

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1. Across Africa by Verney Lovett Cameron, Daniel Oliver (1877)
"The fish, seeing no chance of escape save by these holes, jump through into the baskets ready for their reception. The fisherwomen seemed to think it great ..."

2. Jottings During the Cruise of H. M. S. Curac̜oa Among the South Sea Islands by Julius Lucius Brenchley, Curaçoa (Steam frigate) (1873)
"... the Natives—Excursion in the Island—Dwellings—fisherwomen—Cannibalism—Decrease of Population—Language—Government—Customs—Artistic Skill—Creeds—Teachers ..."

3. Japan: Historical and Descriptive by Charles Henry Eden (1877)
"... but business is very dull. All regular communications with the West are centred in the towns in the south of the Japanese Empire. JAPANESE fisherwomen. ..."

4. Scenery, Science and Art: Being Extracts from the Note-book of a Geologist by David Thomas Ansted (1854)
"Costume of fisherwomen, St. Jean de Luz. Such is an account of the country connecting the great tableland of Spain with the range of mountains which ..."

5. Hunt's Yachting Magazine (1859)
"Rowing matches followed which excited great interest among the natives, particularly one by fisherwomen. The irregular dipping and frequently splashing of ..."

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