noun, plural work·ing·wom·en.
Examples from the Web for working-women
Of the working-women over 16 years of age, 28.27 were married.Woman under socialism|August Bebel
They grew up like them, becoming ordinary working-men and working-women themselves; so that the Poor Law knew them no longer.From Workhouse to Westminster|George Haw
Miss Burgess made the presentation in the name of the working-women of America.
Oh, how many hollow cheeks and attenuated figures were to be seen in that sad meeting of working-women!
If this were not true, why is it that the workingmen and the working-women of the older lands turn their faces hitherward?