At this the little Welshwoman opened her eyes very wide and tried to speak, but she was so surprised she couldn't.
"The light one, the light one—the heavy one to come," crooned the Welshwoman.
Somehow the Welshwoman had managed things for him, and all was well again.
Mrs. Davis was a dear old Welshwoman, and a particular friend of Peggy's.
There goes a Welshwoman's legacy to the sea, with a herd of swine with devils in them!'
She was a Welshwoman of the pure blood, therefore delicately mannered by nature.
This speaker was a Welshwoman; I recognised the clear, over-emphasised consonants, and a faint suggestion of an accent.
His lofty lady, although a Welshwoman bred and born, entertained a very different set of ideas on these subjects.
No gloomy Welshwoman shall people the dusky corners with weird horrors, nor utter horrid prophecies of death and ghastly things.
“A Welshwoman married to a Scotch husband, possibly,” suggested Charlotte.