[skruhb-woo m-uh n]
- a woman hired to clean a place; charwoman.
Origin of scrubwoman
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Examples from the Web for scrubwoman
"Here," responded the scrubwoman, sitting up to eye him calmly.Memoirs of an American Prima Donna
Clara Louise Kellogg
They are of every class and rank and kind, from marchioness to scrubwoman.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume II
Burton J. Hendrick
I'm afraid that I might sometimes do things that would remind you that I had been only a scrubwoman.
You should find that you had married not only a scrubwoman but—the sister of a—thief!
The fat Irishwoman had worked at the hotel two years, the scrubwoman almost that long.Working With the Working Woman
Cornelia Stratton Parker