noun, plural freed·wom·en.
- freedom of the seas,
- freedom ride,
- freedom rider,
- freedom riders,
Origin of freedwoman
Examples from the Web for freedwoman
The chastity of a slave or a freedwoman or even a foreigner, was of no value.
But with a gesture of savage pride the freedwoman tore herself away from Nola.
She wrote a few words also, committing care over Lygia to Nero's freedwoman, Acte.Quo Vadis|Henryk Sienkiewicz
A freedwoman had roused superstitious fear in the heart of a daughter of the Cæsars!
As my freedwoman, you will, of course, bear my name with your own.Valeria|William Henry Withrow