The Irishwoman looked at her for a moment to assure herself that it was the girl she loved, and not her ghost.
The fat Irishwoman called after me, “Good-by, dear, and God bless y'.”
The Irishwoman said that she was going to bed, but that Mrs. Carew would find more glasses in the cupboard when her friends came.
"Certainly, ma'am," the Irishwoman answered, with a rough haughtiness all her own.
I must tell you of our future arrangements; and, to begin like an Irishwoman, we arrived here on Monday.
He came from England and settled in Dublin, where he married my mother, who was an Irishwoman.
This the Irishwoman did at once, having kissed Rose, and taken her leave of her previously.
Mrs. Gilligan was a poor Irishwoman who took in washing and ironing for a living.
And all the while he never saw the Irishwoman, not behind him this time, but before.
She was an Irishwoman, with a strong accent of her country—a widow by her own account.