When the schoolmaster got back Sue was making a pretence of doing some housewifery as if she lived there.
No one with a high respect for housewifery could have written that line.
Commonly pride of housewifery incited to it—therefore it must be a triumph.
Order in time and place are studied further in the chapter on housewifery.
What had she to do with a husband, and housewifery, and the bearing of children?
The cooking-schools are helping us in another useful branch of housewifery.
He stopped crying in order to watch them, for their housewifery interested him vastly.
But, with true Maryland housewifery, she must personally see to all the details of the annual flitting.
The practical instructions in housewifery, which are abundant, are set in the midst of a bright wholesome story.
Be sure that with all the plainer parts of housewifery, Abby was also instructed in its graces.