She worked as a domestic and a nanny for a wealthy family, then secured a job as a washerwoman chez Mère Fillioux.
Touched by her youth, her misfortune and her beauty, my father apprenticed her to a washerwoman who lived near us.
Indeed, the washerwoman feared him more than any one else in the house.
His mother is a washerwoman in this village, and the lad brought washing to my house.
It is like the strokes of a washerwoman's bat, delivered with frenzied rapidity.
Is it possible that I convey that impression when I try to assume the character of a washerwoman or a fisherwoman?
She is a washerwoman at Healing Common, and he—he keeps a wegetable donkey-cart.
The washerwoman, with scarce a ray of hope to cheer her in her toils, will live to see her fashionable sisters all die around her.
He wishes me now, at my age, to become a cook and a washerwoman.
It was only the other day I came across our washerwoman and asked her how she and her husband got on together.