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  • noun Plural form of fisherwoman.

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Examples

  • Tuna, red snapper, shark and other silvery species were among the fish available from freezers set back from scale-flecked wood tables where fisherwomen were cleaning and storing the last of the day's catch.

    Mexico's endless Pacific beach: sun, surf, sand, seafood and solitude

  • Tuna, red snapper, shark and other silvery species were among the fish available from freezers set back from scale-flecked wood tables where fisherwomen were cleaning and storing the last of the day's catch.

    Mexico's endless Pacific beach: sun, surf, sand, seafood and solitude

  • But I was early enough in the springtime that some fishermen and fisherwomen convinced me that I should get a job on a boat that actually goes after the fish and pulls them from the sea.

    Awk Talk: Questions and Answers with Layne Maheu

  • If any of you girls like to fish but aren't exclusively fly fisherwomen (is that a word) there's a new Field & Stream web site called "The Honest Angler".

    Coming Soon - the Gear Giveaway!

  • According to an official statement, during "the past 8 years fishermen, fisherwomen and fisherchildren have had their fingers impaled by sharp hooks sold in poorly labeled packaging marketed by an uncaring, thoughtless and profit-driven fishing industry."

    Be Careful, You Dummies

  • The top spot on the list goes to fishermen and fisherwomen, who lost their lives at a rate of 200 per 100,000 full-time workers.

    America's Deadliest Jobs

  • The top spot on the list goes to fishermen and fisherwomen, who lost their lives at a rate of 200 per 100,000 full-time workers.

    America's Deadliest Jobs

  • From time to time, we've looked beyond hunting to acknowledge the fisherwomen among us, and considering the history-making weekend at the Women's Bassmaster Tour Championship, this is another one of those times.

    First Woman to Compete in Bassmaster Classic

  • There were passionate shrimpers, fisherwomen, businesswomen, and members of the clergy among others.

    Jodie Evans: Let's Get Crude (VIDEO)

  • The biggest irony is that Diane Wilson goes to jail for dumping a jar of fake oil on herself and Tony Hayward -- dumper extraordinaire CEO of BP -- doesn't even have to answer to the U.S. public, and certainly not to those fisherwomen and men on the coast whose livelihoods are ruined.

    Jodie Evans: Tired of Getting Dumped On By BP, Activists Take to the Streets

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