washer-woman

washerwoman

[wosh-er-woom-uhn, waw-sher-]
noun, plural washerwomen.
a woman who washes clothes, linens, etc., for hire; laundress.
Also, washwoman.


Origin:
1625–35; washer + -woman


See -woman.
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washerwoman, (masculine) washwoman or (masculine) washerman (ˈwɒʃəˌwʊmən)
 
n , pl -women, -men
a person who washes clothes for a living
 
washwoman, (masculine) washwoman or (masculine) washerman
 
n
 
washerman, (masculine) washwoman or (masculine) washerman
 
n

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