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markswoman

[ mahrks-woom-uhn ]
/ ˈmɑrksˌwʊm ən /
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noun, plural marks·wom·en.
a woman skilled in shooting at a mark; a woman who shoots well.
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Origin of markswoman

1795–1805; mark1 + 's1 + -woman

usage note for markswoman

See -woman.
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