Irishwoman


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I·rish·wom·an

 (ī′rĭsh-wo͝om′ən)
n.
A woman of Irish birth or ancestry.
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Irishwoman

(ˈaɪrɪʃwʊmən)
n, pl -women
(Peoples) a female native, citizen, or inhabitant of Ireland or a female descendant of someone Irish
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I•rish•wom•an

(ˈaɪ rɪʃˌwʊm ən)

n., pl. -wom•en.
a woman who is a native or inhabitant of Ireland.
[1350–1400]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Irishwoman - a woman who is a native or inhabitant of Ireland
Emerald Isle, Hibernia, Ireland - an island comprising the republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
Irelander, Irish person - a native or inhabitant of Ireland
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Translations
Irka
irer
irlantilainenirlantilainen nainen
Irkinja
アイルランド人女性
아일랜드 여자
irländska
ผู้หญิงไอริช
phụ nữ Ireland

Irishwoman

[ˈaɪərɪʃˌwʊmən] N (Irishwomen (pl)) → irlandesa f
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Irishwoman

[ˈaɪrɪʃwʊmən] nIrlandaise f
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Irishwoman

[ˈaɪrɪʃˌwʊmən] n (-women (pl)) → irlandese f
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Irishwoman

إِيرْلَنْدِيَّةُ Irka irer Irin Ιρλανδή irlandesa irlantilainen nainen Irlandaise Irkinja irlandese アイルランド人女性 아일랜드 여자 Ierse ire Irlandka irlandesa ирландка irländska ผู้หญิงไอริช İrlandalı phụ nữ Ireland 爱尔兰女人
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References in classic literature ?
Saxon was both shocked and hurt by the Irishwoman's brutality.
She had taken the place of an Irishwoman who had been working in that factory ever since any one could remember.
Skimpole's door-- literally with a hand, for the knocker was gone--and after a long parley gained admission from an Irishwoman, who was in the area when I knocked, breaking up the lid of a water-butt with a poker to light the fire with.
A plaid shawl borrowed from the washerwoman, a ragged scrubbing skirt borrowed from the charwoman, and a gray wig rented from a costumer for twenty-five cents a night, completed the outfit; for Edna had elected to be an old Irishwoman singing broken-heartedly after her wandering boy.
"But what a comfort it is that Rebecca's come: you will have her for a friend, and we may get rid now of this damn'd Irishwoman." To this Amelia did not answer, yes or no: and how do we know what her thoughts were?
There was no other boarder, and the hostess was an easy-going old Irishwoman who left them to themselves; so that they had a freedom for speech and action welcome to men who had secrets in common.
AN Irishwoman is among three people who have denied falsely claiming money meant for Grenfell Tower survivors.
The Irishwoman, who is known for her way with words, has begun picking on the other pro-wrestlers in the World Wrestling Entertainment's (WWE) women's division, mainly the newly anointed number one contender for the Raw women's title Lacey Evans, and potential SmackDown challenger Bayley.
And only a great block 16 minutes from time denied the Irishwoman an equaliser.
The bubbly, popular Irishwoman is a Group-winning jockey, has had success at Glorious Goodwood and ridden a lot of winners, including 25-1 and 33-1 shots, during her time in Britain particularly at Chepstow, Wolverhampton and Bath.
She has been acting in the role since earlier this year and replaces Irishwoman Grainne Moss, who now heads the new Ministry of Vulnerable Children.
The Northern Irishwoman, who represented Ireland at the Rio Olympics, was five shots off the pace going into the final round on 12 under but she could only shoot an even par 72 and was never in contention.