Definition of Markswomen

1. Noun. (plural of markswoman) ¹



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Definition of Markswomen

1. markswoman [n] - See also: markswoman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Markswomen

markka
markkaa
markkas
markless
markman
markmen
marksman
marksmanship
marksmanships
marksmen
markspeople
marksperson
markspersons
markswoman
markswomanship
markswomen (current term)
markt
markup
markup language
markup languages
markup rate
markup rates
markups
markweed
markworthy
marl
marl flats
marlaceous
marlas
marlberry

Literary usage of Markswomen

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1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of New Brunswick by New Brunswick Supreme Court, William Pugsley (1875)
"The markswomen both swore that they had not either of them, at any time, put their marks to any other paper in the presence of Mr. Ritchey and Hanlon. ..."

2. The Musical World (1857)
"... or in the face of the selected victim ; and very clever markswomen do some of the fair masqueraders in the carriages prove themselves, in returning the ..."

3. Queen's Bench Reports by John Leycester Adolphus, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, Thomas Flower Ellis (1851)
"(the deponents being markswomen): " Thomas Hall, Junior. Robert Buchanan." The examinations did not shew that the pauper had not become chargeable in ..."

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