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saleswoman

[seylz-woo m-uh n] /ˈseɪlzˌwʊm ən/
noun, plural saleswomen.
1.
a woman who sells goods, services, etc.
Origin
1695-1705
1695-1705; sales + woman
Usage note
See -woman.
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Examples from the web for saleswoman
  • The saleswoman suggested that she come back in a dress.
  • She heard a saleswoman say that three or four other people had fallen down the same stairs.
  • Immediately the saleswoman stepped for ward and demanded the article's return.
  • Seek to be a model saleswoman, and some one will soon recognize your merits.
  • Her last job was working as a car saleswoman until she had the heat stroke.
  • Retired saleswoman for a tobacco company, banking company, insurance and real estate.
Word Origin and History for saleswoman
n.

1704, from genitive of sale + woman.

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