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  • n. Plural form of Englishwoman.


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  • As Isabel grows in power and her plan for a silk industry run by Englishwomen is set into motion, the political landscape shifts in dangerous ways.

    Figures in Silk by Vanora Bennett: Book summary

  • In the latest installment of the books set within the realm of the Discworld, Terry Pratchett takes on a topic that many of his fellow Englishmen, and possibly Englishwomen, hold in a special place in their hearts.

    Book Review: Unseen Academicals | Fandomania

  • Especially is this the case with regard to Englishwomen, who have a bath every day.

    How I Take Care Of My Hair | Edwardian Promenade

  • When not studying, doing fieldwork in India, or working on her next novel, Meredith can be found in the library, browsing through travelogues written by intrepid Englishwomen of the nineteenth century.

    Interview with Meredith Duran | Edwardian Promenade

  • At Casa Tinao in Bohoyo, Juan, our host for the first night, was marvellously sympathetic to the plight of two tired and starving Englishwomen.

    Trans-Iberian: cycling Spain's ancient Via de la Plata

  • Eighteenth-century Englishwomen ran businesses, joined political reform societies, and wrote on subjects such as education, literary criticism, and theology.

    The Mistaken Wife

  • And what did Citizeness Vangenzen it was so very unprofessional to mention any names not relevant to the matter at hand mean by appearing without warning, making mysterious gestures, and speaking of unknown Englishwomen?

    The Mistaken Wife

  • A Zulu rickshaw boy in animal skins and a feathered headdress posed for pictures with two Englishwomen in tweed.

    Let The Dead Lie

  • Englishwomen, on the whole, demonstrated total lack of taste - but they tried hard to compensate with sense of humor…not always successful.

    And now for something completely different

  • Gale Zoe Garnett on The Mitfords: Letters Between Six Sisters, edited by Charlotte Mosley: Reading the letters of the Mitford sisters is like living inside a vibrantly written, erudite and witty Masterpiece Theater series about six extraordinary (or, to use a Mitfordian word, extraorder) Englishwomen ....

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