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- n. A woman employed to wash clothes (to do laundry).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A woman employed in a laundry; a laundress.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a working woman who takes in washing
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Anyway, I have a reliable stay-out kasambahay who reports thrice a week and a laundrywoman who does the ironing.
Now Guirola employs 30 people -- cooks, gardeners, maids, a laundrywoman, a driver, office workers, sculptors and bodyguards.
Now 35, she has climbed through the ranks of the service economy from laundrywoman to maid to a successful broker for illegal cleaning women.
Hey, Mr. A REAL AMERICAN, your laundrywoman just called to say that your brownshirt uniform is all starched up and ready for your pep rally tonight.
Rainier's mother, Princess Charlotte, was the result of a liaison between Prince Louis II and Marie-Juliette Louvet, the daughter of a laundrywoman who'd made her way to the nightclubs of Montmartre and become a "cabaret singer."
Earning as little as $1.50 a day as a laundrywoman, Walker still managed to save enough money to educate her daughter.
Robert the Devil from the top of his tower falls in love with the laundrywoman bleaching linen on the green, and in natural course William the Conqueror sees the light of day. '
Poor as he is, he didn't forget a servant or a child in the house, and not a soul here, from the French laundrywoman to
He controlled himself, and sauntered along, so that the people should think he was taking washing to the laundrywoman; but he could only keep it up as far as the first turning; then he started off as fast as he could go.
It was a hard miserable life, and each succeeding day only seemed to bring her nearer to the disastrous end prophesied by the mournful laundrywoman of Dudley Grove.