[french-woo m-uh n]
Origin of Frenchwoman
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Examples from the Web for frenchwoman
With a bit of prompting from him, I do catch hints of “a Frenchwoman in cheap jasmine perfume, smoking a cigarette.”NY Museum Stages First ‘Scent’ Exhibit
November 2, 2012
Michel, his son from a prior marriage to a white Frenchwoman, is beaten bloody by a crowd of cheering men waving guns.Ivory Coast: Let's Stop the Bloodbath
Leymah Gbowee, Carol Mithers
April 15, 2011
If I were asked for a concrete illustration of self-respect I should say—the Frenchwoman.
What is it in the Frenchwoman which makes her so utterly unique?
She was, as I have said, of about nineteen, and she was not a Frenchwoman.The Destroyer
Burton Egbert Stevenson
The beauty of the lovely Frenchwoman had already captivated me.
The uniform of the Frenchwoman was of course a fancy one, but very elegant.