Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of workingwoman.

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Examples

  • She worked on behalf of legislation to protect workingwomen, including household servants, home workers and agricultural workers, who were often excluded from health and unemployment insurance and other benefits.

    K��the Leichter.

  • The all-round upliftment of the majority of the women of our country means that we must focus especially on the development and empowerment of the workingwomen.

    ANC Today

  • The all-round upliftment of the majority of the women of our country means that we must focus especially on the development and empowerment of the workingwomen.

    ANC Today

  • Naturally, the matter does not end with our workingwomen.

    ANC Today

  • Naturally, the matter does not end with our workingwomen.

    ANC Today

  • It was the very desk where, moments before, the woman had manumitted all her slaves and hired them on as free workingmen and workingwomen.

    Alvin Journeyman

  • The community is of necessity interested in workingwomen as it is in workingmen.

    Vocational Guidance for Girls

  • The newspapers, too, began to notice workingwomen, publishing articles about their working and living conditions.

    Susan B. Anthony Rebel, Crusader, Humanitarian

  • In its limited way, it carried on much-needed educational work, building up self-respect and confidence among workingwomen, stirring up "a wholesome discontent," and preparing the way for women's unions.

    Susan B. Anthony Rebel, Crusader, Humanitarian

  • The third, or service, group of workingwomen covers without doubt the widest range of all.

    Vocational Guidance for Girls

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