Definitions

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  • noun The female equivalent of a woodsman.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Rather than woodsman and woodswoman, though, what I did was use "lumberjill".

    Breakfast in Bed

  • Sadie decided that her career as a woodswoman was being sorely tried.

    Loving the Highlander

  • Sadie decided that her career as a woodswoman was being sorely tried.

    Loving the Highlander

  • Though no woodswoman, she'd resigned herself to continued participation in the annual summer visits to the lake.

    Quozl

  • These words were those of the woodswoman; the eyes that gazed into his were unwavering and hard.

    The Snowshoe Trail

  • Two doctors observe and try to communicate with a wild woodswoman in North Carolina.

    post-gazette.com - News

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