Frenchwoman


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French·wom·an

 (frĕnch′wo͝om′ən)
n.
1. A woman who is a native or inhabitant of France.
2. A woman of French ancestry.

French•wom•an

(ˈfrɛntʃˌwʊm ən)

n., pl. -wom•en.
a woman who is a native or inhabitant of France.
[1585–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Frenchwoman - a person of French nationality
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
Gaul, frog - a person of French descent
Parisian - a native or resident of Paris
Breton - a native or inhabitant of Brittany (especially one who speaks the Breton language)
Savoyard - a resident of Savoy
Angevin, Angevine - a resident of Anjou
Norman - an inhabitant of Normandy
Translations
Francouzka
franskmand
ranskalainen nainen
Francuskinja
フランス人女性
프랑스 여자
fransyska
หญิงฝรั่งเศส
phụ nữ Pháp

Frenchwoman

[ˈfrentʃˌwʊmən] N (Frenchwomen (pl)) → francesa f

Frenchwoman

[ˈfrɛntʃwʌmən] nFrançaise f

Frenchwoman

[ˈfrɛntʃˌwʊmən] n (-women (pl)) → francese f

Frenchwoman

فَرَنسِيَّة Francouzka franskmand Französin Γαλλίδα francesa ranskalainen nainen Française Francuskinja francese フランス人女性 프랑스 여자 Française fransk dame Francuzka francesa француженка fransyska หญิงฝรั่งเศส Fransız kadın phụ nữ Pháp 法国女人
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There alighted from it, with some cloaks and wrappers, first the Frenchwoman whom I had seen in church, and secondly the pretty girl, the Frenchwoman with a defiant confidence, the pretty girl confused and hesitating.
I am your maid, my Lady, at the present," said the Frenchwoman.
thought Levin, and he flew towards the old Frenchwoman with the gray ringlets, who was sitting on a bench.
pursued the Frenchwoman, laughing, and she reminded him of his joke about the three young ladies whom he had compared to the three bears in the English nursery tale.
Esther was a Frenchwoman, who had lived with`Madame', as she called her mistress, for many years, and who rather tyrannized over the old lady, who could not get along without her.
During one of her play hours she wrote out the important document as well as she could, with some help from Esther as to certain legal terms, and when the good-natured Frenchwoman had signed her name, Amy felt relieved and laid it by to show Laurie, whom she wanted as a second witness.
They were alone in the hotel but for a fat Frenchwoman of middle age, a Rabelaisian figure with a broad, obscene laugh.
The stout Frenchwoman soon guessed what the relations were between the couple, and talked of the matter to Philip with the utmost frankness.
This lady, I suppose, had our chair all to herself, and used to sit in it during those brief intervals when a young Frenchwoman can be quiet enough to sit in a chair.
She is a hard, clever Frenchwoman, who would like to amuse herself and enjoy her Paris, and she must be bored to death at passing all her time in the midst of stupid English people who mumble broken French at her.
It was said of her that she was a Frenchwoman of good birth who, living with her mother, possessed a colossal fortune.
Before they reached the room from which the sounds of the clavichord came, the pretty, fair haired Frenchwoman, Mademoiselle Bourienne, rushed out apparently beside herself with delight.