noun, plural haus·fraus, haus·frau·en [hous-frou-uh n] /ˈhaʊsˌfraʊ ən/.
Origin of hausfrau
Examples from the Web for hausfrau
But perennial favorite Nicole Chaison, who self-publishes Hausfrau Muthahzine, is hell-bent on changing all that.
The Passion of the Hausfrau: Motherhood, Illuminatedby Nicole Chaison The real-life messes of motherhood in comic-book form.
The "German hausfrau" usually serves stewed prunes or raisins with a dish of noodles or macaroni.
Floods of German ensued between him and the Hausfrau, while we sat philosophically on our trunks in the hall and waited.Confessions of an Opera Singer|Kathleen Howard
I cannot be what he would have me—a Hausfrau—to mend his linen for my board and lodging.The Dark Star|Robert W. Chambers
If you want them you had better get them in a box from a provision merchant, as the Hausfrau herself does nowadays.
German butchers sell raw minced meat very cheaply, and the Hausfrau would probably get as much as she wanted for three-halfpence.