cleaning woman

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noun
  1. a woman employed to sweep, mop, dust, or do general cleaning in a house, office, hotel, or the like.

  • Also called cleaning lady.

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How to use cleaning woman in a sentence

  • She talked with the cleaning-woman a few minutes, and then, the work being done, they went out together.

    Kristy's Rainy Day Picnic | Olive Thorne Miller
  • As the cleaning woman picked up her mop and started on down the hall, she fell into step with her.

    Behind the Green Door | Mildred A. Wirt
  • As she stood debating, the cleaning woman whom she had seen upon another occasion, came down the hall.

    Behind the Green Door | Mildred A. Wirt
  • I really, couldn't have a strange cleaning-woman here, or any one who would make remarks.

    Dark Hollow | Anna Katherine Green