A Wife, here, has no sex; she is neuter; so, according to the grammar, a fish is HE, his scales are SHE, but a fishwife is neither.
In another Moment, except Help come, the Fishwife will be no more.
Pictured above is also one of the most famous Tyneside fishwife
- Dolly Peal, who lived from 1782 to 1857.
Unsatisfied with the fact that he was already able to imprison me, he continues to destroy me before various audiences like a market fishwife
and leaves no dignity whatsoever to the office he holds,' De Lima said.
There have been several versions of wooden dollies over the years, from a ship's figurehead to a fishwife
At first, Maria is perhaps a bit skeptical of her husband's farfetched scheme, but she would prefer to be thought of as the wife of a fish vendor, instead of as a venting fishwife
, so she holds her tongue.
Needless to say, with gobby fishwife
Anna finding out that Faye has been abandoned, Tim gets a ferocious ear-bashing when he eventually shows up.
There's the trucker cap-wearing Midwestern hillbilly, the chopsy trailer trash fishwife
, the regulation black man from the 'hood who shouts, "It's all gravy, baby" apropos of nothing every five minutes and the tattooed Latino ex-gang member - no crude cultural stereotype is left unturned.
The Herring Girl is the tale of a fishwife
remaining defiant in the face of a murder charge.
A fisherman catches a mermaid and discovers she is a real fishwife
in "Trophy Wife," by Vicki Johnson-Steger.
Dennis plays Nora, a fishwife
with WAG pretensions, as a terrifying elderly aunt whose puckered lips cause you to run for cover despite being really quite fond of her.
behaviour was very undignified" - Tory MP Nadine Dorries, speaking about Labour MP Caroline Flint with whom she had had a row.