The Passion of the hausfrau: Motherhood, Illuminatedby Nicole Chaison The real-life messes of motherhood in comic-book form.
But perennial favorite Nicole Chaison, who self-publishes hausfrau Muthahzine, is hell-bent on changing all that.
I cannot be what he would have me—a hausfrau—to mend his linen for my board and lodging.
Fridolina looked at the young man: "Why, mamma, it was the hausfrau who let you in, of course."
It was near sunset when his hausfrau, the disappearing chaperon, ran to him red-faced.
They appear equally inimical and heretical to the opposing camps of hausfrau and of suffragist.
I am glad to report that a large crevasse was torn into this hausfrau notion by the war.
Floods of German ensued between him and the hausfrau, while we sat philosophically on our trunks in the hall and waited.
The hausfrau had entertained me as pleasantly as if she had no reason to feel tired.
One day when I came home from rehearsal, she told me that our hausfrau had repeated to her a long piece of gossip in German.
A woman whose primary interests are keeping house, raising children, etc •Often used in mild contempt, and to suggest a lack of chic
[1918+; fr German, ''housewife'']