Eye Dialect. women (misspelled to convey a speaker's lack of education or an informal speech register): He won’t stoop to doing what he calls wimmin’s work.
women (used chiefly in feminist writing as an alternative spelling to avoid the suggestion of sexism perceived in the sequence m-e-n): Wimmin’s rights are human rights.
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How to use wimmin in a sentence
Yer kin 'most b'lieve a man inter bein' honest, an' I reckon it acts ther same on wimmin, though they be a leetle different.The Gentle Art of Cooking Wives | Elizabeth Strong Worthington
wimmin are like flowers, a little dust ov squeezing makes them the more fragrant.
The bosses ar surrounded bi a crowd ov men, wimmin, and children.
I suppoze the reazon why wimmin are so fast talkers, is bekause tha dont hav tew stop tew spit on their hands.
I've got other things to do besides squirin' a passel o' wimmin folk about, I hev.