noun, plural con·gress·wom·en. (often initial capital letter)
- congressional record,
- congreve, william,
Origin of congresswoman
Examples from the Web for congresswoman
“Every decision that I make I pray about, as does my husband,” the Congresswoman explained.Judging by the GOP, God Can’t Pick a Campaign Winner|Brandy Zadrozny|June 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Carolyn Maloney, a congresswoman from the east side of the Manhattan, waded through the crowd to speak.
The congresswoman ended her valedictory to a man she described as “our icon” by saying “Michael Jackson, I salute you.”
The Democratic congresswoman could give the craziest Republican a run for his money with her history of wild statements.