noun, plural char·wom·en.
Origin of charwoman
Examples from the Web for charwoman
The only person inside the gloomy building was a charwoman cleaning.Jude the Obscure|Thomas Hardy
Everywhere milk is scarce and poor, and the butter such as no charwoman would touch in England.
Waitle youre married yourself, me fine lady: you'll find out that every woman is a charwoman from the day shes married.Press Cuttings|George Bernard Shaw
We all know the charwoman, and have begun to forget our native modification of char, to wit, chore.The American Language|Henry L. Mencken
An old woman entered, an old woman who was employed at the Old Mill as a charwoman.The Frontier|Maurice LeBlanc