noun, plural dair·y·wom·en.
Origin of dairywoman
Examples from the Web for dairywoman
At that time Tatiana was not in her master's house, but living with a married sister, the dairywoman, in a separate hut.The Galaxy|Various
She was a model housekeeper and dairywoman in the days when they worked the farm, and is now an oracle on many questions.Choice Readings for the Home Circle|Anonymous
WE don't hate our children, or bully our mothers, or wish 'em ded when they're sick, as this Dairywoman says kings and queens do.Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush|William Makepeace Thackeray
I will be as good a housewife and dairywoman, stir about as briskly, and sing as merrily, as Peggy Curling.Arthur Mervyn|Charles Brockden Brown