I appreciate it very much, but no working-girl shall lose through me.
The working-girl is expected to be subservient, she is too often regarded as a menial, she is ordered.
As one recalls this club, it presents one of the best evidences of the barrenness of the working-girl's life in New York.
My mind went back as he said this to a conversation I had had the night before with a working-girl at my boarding-house.
Marjorie had pictured Frieda now as a sullen, successful, working-girl, ready to scorn any advances on her part.
There is something essentially wrong in the working-girl world, and I am glad that I was not born to set it right.
I really do think that if I were going to marry, I should look about for a working-girl, a girl that supported herself.
But give me the name of Sophie Botta; give me the clothes of a working-girl; give me God's free world, which she enjoyed.
There is no influx such as creates in a small town the necessity for working-girl boarding-houses.
How amazed would Miss Allison be at the idea of her being placed on the same plane with a working-girl!
Angry; excited; distraught: The whole town was worked up over the shooting incident (1883+)