[ahy-rish-woo m-uh n]
Origin of Irishwoman
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Examples from the Web for irishwoman
Plenty of foxes; a rough country, though; but what's that to an Irishwoman?The Snare
The fat Irishwoman called after me, “Good-by, dear, and God bless y'.”Working With the Working Woman
Cornelia Stratton Parker
I'll sit here till that saucy Irishwoman gets my room ready.Reels and Spindles
Then, after all were seated, the Irishwoman delivered herself of a message of gratitude.
"Certainly, ma'am," the Irishwoman answered, with a rough haughtiness all her own.
- a female native, citizen, or inhabitant of Ireland or a female descendant of someone Irish
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