Related formssuf·fra·get·tism, noun
Can be confusedsuffragist suffragette
Examples from the Web for suffragette
This brings us to the flapper, the suffragette, and, finally, that über-American icon: the screen siren.
A companion volume, entitled "How to light them," by a Suffragette, may be expected shortly.
Once again, her purpose was frustrated by the suffragette, who had been busily consulting the formidable volume.Making People Happy|Thompson Buchanan
At the first semblance of a pause, the Suffragette broke in again, the smile still predominating.Rebel women|Evelyn Sharp
British Dictionary definitions for suffragette
Derived Formssuffragettism, noun
Word Origin for suffragette
Culture definitions for suffragette
A suffragist. Today, the term suffragette is often considered demeaning.