Englishwoman

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  • He looked no further than her clothes and so believed her an Englishwoman. Cited from The Princess Pocahontas, by Virginia Watson
  • She was the last Englishwoman that many of these boys ever saw. Cited from Tell England, by Ernest Raymond
  • What did he know about the so-called Englishwoman whose passport he had signed? Cited from Twenty Years Of Balkan Tangle, by Mary Edith Durham
  • God help the Englishwoman that fell into its people's hands! Cited from The Elephant God, by Gordon Casserly
  • "I trust that some day you will let me tell you who that Englishwoman is." Cited from An American Politician, by F. Marion Crawford
  • Only an Englishwoman would look at the thing as you do. Cited from Maurice Guest, Henry Handel Richardson
  • Perhaps she saw farther into his mind than an American or an Englishwoman would have done. Cited from The Uttermost Farthing, by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  • Didn't you hear him say the first was an Englishwoman? Cited from Crowded Out! and Other Sketches, Susie F. Harrison
  • Ball has it also, but I am the first Englishwoman that ever had it. Cited from The Letters of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton, Vol. I, by Horatio Nelson
  • My uncle was a German, having married my mother's sister, an Englishwoman. Cited from A Journey to the Centre of the Earth, by Jules Verne
  • It is not every Englishwoman whose peace of mind would survive the trial. Cited from Town Life in Australia, 1883, by R. E. N. (Richard) Twopeny
  • That same year her first feature-length film The Romantic Englishwoman was released.
  • Post-war he met an Englishwoman, Margaret, settled down and had three children.
  • I have seen the woman; she is only a dark Englishwoman. Cited from A Terrible Temptation, by Charles Reade
  • At dinner I sat next to the pretty Englishwoman, whose name was Green. Cited from Pelham, by E. B. Lytton, Vol. 1
  • He had married an Englishwoman, by whom he had two sons.
  • And she waited for me to speak first, which an Englishwoman would not have done. Cited from Lorna Doone, by R. D. Blackmore
  • He thought her capable of many things of which the well-brought-up young Englishwoman is not supposed to dream. Cited from The Daughters of Danaus, by Mona Caird
  • Not so an Englishwoman, with no friends to keep her company and with nothing in the world to do but think. Cited from Rung Ho!, by Talbot Mundy
  • Then the Englishwoman went to change her dress, awaking her brother as she passed his room. Cited from With Edged Tools, by Henry Seton Merriman
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Meaning of Englishwoman

  • noun A woman who is a native or inhabitant of england