[skoch-woo m-uh n]
Origin of Scotchwoman
1810–20; scotch(man) + -woman
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Examples from the Web for scotchwoman
Nothing short of a Scotchwoman could have lived through her attack.
Her grandmother, of whom I have just spoken, is a Scotchwoman.Aunt Kitty's Tales
Maria J. McIntosh
A Scotchwoman said that the butcher of her town only killed half a beast at a time.
A storehouse of old ballads, and a Scotchwoman after Scott's own heart.A Holiday in Bed and Other Sketches
J. M. Barrie
Mrs. Mitchell, of Carolside, was a Scotchwoman of an Aberdeen family.Records of Later Life
Frances Ann Kemble
- (regarded as bad usage by the Scots) another word for Scotswoman
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