[ duhch-woom-uhn ]

noun,plural Dutch·wom·en.
  1. a female native or inhabitant of the Netherlands; a woman of Dutch ancestry.

usage note For Dutchwoman

See -woman.

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How to use Dutchwoman in a sentence

  • Even a Britisher married to a Dutchwoman seemed at once to consider her people as his people, and the Transvaal as his fatherland.

    South African Memories | Lady Sarah Wilson
  • My attention is recalled to the visitor by my side, a young Dutchwoman not yet quite at home in France.

    The Choice of Life | Georgette Leblanc
  • The toilettes are mostly of a German model, which suits the build of the Dutchwoman better than the fashions of Paris.

  • Mrs. van Koopman was a Dutchwoman of considerable means and of high character.

    Cecil Rhodes | Princess Catherine Radziwill
  • The said Richard was married to a Dutchwoman; who was beautiful, courteous, and well accustomed to receive guests.