[urth-woo m-uh n]

noun, plural earth·wom·en.

a female inhabitant or native of the planet Earth.

Origin of earthwoman

First recorded in 1900–05; earth(man) + woman Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for earthwoman

Historical Examples of earthwoman

  • Yet despite her status as hostage and Earthwoman, she was afraid.

  • Rastignac tried to explain to the Earthwoman who he was, but she did not understand him.

    Rastignac the Devil

    Philip Jos Farmer

  • An Earthwoman may not be touched, regardless of her wishes, unless danger to her life requires it.


    Winston Marks

  • She was wider and thicker than was the Earthwoman; with heavier bones forming a wider and deeper frame.

    The Galaxy Primes

    Edward Elmer Smith

  • Even if Lusine hadn't killed the Earthwoman and I had sailed away, my conscience wouldn't have given me any rest.

    Rastignac the Devil

    Philip Jos Farmer