Meaning of “Frenchwoman” in the English Dictionary

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"Frenchwoman" in British English

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Frenchwomannoun [ C ]

uk /ˈfrentʃˌwʊm.ən/ us /ˈfrentʃˌwʊm.ən/ plural -women uk /-wɪmɪn/ us

Examples from literature

  • He was like wax in the hands of the fiery Frenchwoman, and she moulded him to her will. 
  • She was not a Frenchwoman, and she was uncomfortably conscious of it. 
  • She was the first Frenchwoman I had ever met, and I was tremendously interested in her. 
  • The Frenchwoman looked at her with a curious stare. 
  • The milliner to whom we went proved to be a Frenchwoman. 

(Definition of “Frenchwoman” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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