A civil old Dutchwoman is the guardian of the property, which is kept up with some taste, and exquisite attention to cleanliness.
The seventeenth-century Dutchwoman, according to all accounts, seems to have been a shrew.
You dress yourself as no Dutchwoman of your age would think of doing.
The Dutchwoman dresses expensively in all the towns, and generally well.
La señorita must change the Dutchwoman's skirt for whatever this old dame can furnish.
The inn, inviting of aspect, would have satisfied even a Dutchwoman.
And he had to be told by her, that Dutchwoman, that his temperament did not respond to hers!
My attention is recalled to the visitor by my side, a young Dutchwoman not yet quite at home in France.
He thought the Dutchwoman, come out to cool herself in the yard, called to some misbehaving servant.
The said Richard was married to a Dutchwoman; who was beautiful, courteous, and well accustomed to receive guests.