The small fingers, used to the drudgery of a fisherwoman's life, lifted the damp hair from the high forehead.
It was a Berck fisherwoman's cloak, which she always put on when it rained.
The Newhaven fisherwoman (for the man is unknown) is a bundle of snug comfort.
The irate owner searched in vain for his slave and even asked the fisherwoman if she had seen a weeping maiden.
Is it possible that I convey that impression when I try to assume the character of a washerwoman or a fisherwoman?
It is said to have been founded by a fisherwoman named Bilasa in the 17th century, and it still retains her name.
Here was one trick with which the fisherwoman was not familiar.
Hunt for nobler game, if you like; but a fisherwoman must not despise the smallest that comes to her net.
Jessie dropped face foremost on the table, and the fisherwoman spoke sharply.
fisherwoman rather, since in America women make more effort to be agreeable than men do.