“She told me I was to go with her to Glaishammer to get a washwoman for you,” continued Philippina.
Here's a washwoman who says the Kaiser is a gentleman, and a street-car driver who says it's a rich man's war.
She must be washwoman and laundry woman, cleaning and scrub woman.
She was a washwoman, and rented one scantily furnished room from a poor family named Simmons.
The washwoman acts as if she was doing me a favour coming from eight to four, for four dollars and eighty-five cents.
What sort of a servant-girl is it, the chocolate maker, the washwoman, or the clothes patcher of the Governor Tastuanes?
Neither waiter-girl nor washwoman; a servant of the Governor Tastuanes.
She de milker and washwoman and spinner, and make de good, strong clothes.
But the sun will soon make our clothes look less as if we'd paid a visit to the washwoman.
Emily, the mother, was the cook and washwoman while Jacob was the Butler.