Definition of Needlewomen

1. Noun. (plural of needlewoman) ¹



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Definition of Needlewomen

1. needlewoman [n] - See also: needlewoman

Lexicographical Neighbors of Needlewomen

needless
needless to say
needlessly
needlessness
needlessnesses
needlestick
needlestick-injury
needlestick injuries
needlestick injury
needlesticks
needlestone
needlestones
needlet
needlets
needlewoman
needlewomen (current term)
needlewood
needlework
needleworker
needleworkers
needleworking
needleworks
needlier
needliest
needling
needlings
needly
needment
needments
needn't

Literary usage of Needlewomen

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1870)
"... 25 м 9 « Barlee (Ellen), Appeal for the needlewomen'; Barwell and Son on Public Feeling in Fran«, (Petor) on Cholera in Russia, 4 о 9/ 2» 10« Bashforth, ..."

2. The History of Prostitution: Its Extent, Causes, and Effects Throughout the by William W. Sanger (1859)
"needlewomen.—Ages of Prostitutes.—Average Life.—Condition of Women in London.—Charitable Institutions.—Mrs. Fry's benevolent Labors. ..."

3. New York in Slices by George G. Foster (1849)
"Slice III—THE needlewomen*' THE public are. already in possession of abundance of statistics on the subject of female labor. Our object at present is to ..."

4. The Modern Parisienne by Octave Uzanne (1912)
"... Florists : needlewomen : Dressmakers : Errand-girls: Milliners THE question of women's work and wages, in Paris and in all the large centres of France, ..."

5. Three Visits to America by Emily Faithfull (1884)
"... factories—Ladies on school boards and as poor-law guardians—The condition of the needlewomen in New York—The late Leonard Montefiore—Hamilton and Co. ..."

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