Scotswoman


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Scots·wom·an

 (skŏts′wo͝om′ən)
n.
1. A woman who is a native or inhabitant of Scotland. See Usage Note at Scottish.
2. A woman of Scottish ancestry.
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Scotswoman

(ˈskɒtsˌwʊmən)
n, pl -women
(Peoples) a woman who is a native or inhabitant of Scotland
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Scots•wom•an

(ˈskɒtsˌwʊm ən)

n., pl. -wom•en.
a woman who is a native or inhabitant of Scotland; Scot.
[1810–20]
usage: See Scotch.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Scotswoman - a woman who is a Scot
Scot, Scotchman, Scotsman - a native or inhabitant of Scotland
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Translations
Skotka
skotte
skotlantilainen nainen
Škotkinja
スコットランド人女性
스코틀랜드 여자
skotska
หญิงชาวสกอต
phụ nữ Scotland

Scotswoman

[ˈskɒtsˌwʊmən] N (Scotswomen (pl)) → escocesa f
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Scotswoman

[ˈskɒtswʊmən] nÉcossaise f
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Scotswoman

[ˈskɒtsˌwʊmən] n (-women (pl)) → scozzese f
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Scotswoman

اِسْكُتْلانْدِيَّة Skotka skotte Schottin Σκωτσέζα escocesa skotlantilainen nainen Écossaise Škotkinja scozzese スコットランド人女性 스코틀랜드 여자 Schotse skotte Szkotka escocesa шотландка skotska หญิงชาวสกอต İskoç phụ nữ Scotland 苏格兰女人
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The Scotswoman gives into tempation and pulls Nate in for a kiss - just as Cain is arriving at the farm.
Two were given to the first woman to become president of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association and the first Scotswoman to swim the English Channel.
I am a fat old lady who can barely walk" Actress Miriam Margolyes, above "Right now, the big questions - in the UN, Nato, the Middle East and elsewhere - are predicated on working in partnership with others" The Duke of Cambridge is accused of entering the EU debate "If I had a quid for every time someone asked me if my name was really Hilary Clinton, I would be a multimillionaire or a billionaire" Scotswoman Hilary Clinton, who shares the name (apart from a single "l") with the Democrat hopeful for the White House WRITE Letters Editor Media Wales Ltd, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR e-mail readers@walesonline.co.uk FAX 029 2024 4143 NOTE please include your name and address for publication and a daytime telephone number
DURING the 1930s a petite Scotswoman arrived in Saltburn.
Stating that her male counterparts would not like being beaten by a woman, the Scotswoman also said that she is hoping to change the less-than-stellar record of women in the sport and believes that she has the chance as she has made the top 10 in the world in go-karting
His model client from Northern Ireland and Scotswoman Melissa Reid, 19, are suspected by detectives of trying to leave the country with PS1.5 million of cocaine in their luggage.
A DEAD Scotswoman being tipped for sainthood has became a Twitter favourite.
Yet beneath it all she remains the same, very ordinary single Scotswoman who appeared on the Britain's Got Talent stage and announced to the world she lived with a cat called Pebbles and had never been kissed.
The 11-member troupe, from Essex, said the Scotswoman, long time favourite to win the competition, was even more magnanimous backstage than she was in front of the cameras.
Disappointed Scotswoman Millard said: "We were effective and efficient and dominated much of the game, so it's frustrating not to come out at the end as winners.
The bubbly Scotswoman was let loose on the capital's high street shops as part of the Channel Four programme Gok's Fashion Fix.