bushwoman

bushwoman

(ˈbʊʃˌwʊmən)
n, pl -women
a woman who lives in the bush
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Yet now, resolutely, as only a man can do who is capable of martyring himself for the cause of science, he proceeded to violate all the fineness and delicacy of his nature by making love to the unthinkably disgusting bushwoman.
This magisterial biography reveals Franklin as an eccentric and engaging amalgam of bushwoman and cosmopolitan, of "poetry and slang," as Joseph Furphy, author of the quirky bush novel Such is Life, described her after their first meeting.
Dionne travelled thousands of miles and transformed herself into an African bushwoman in a last ditch effort to shed the stones.
She defines a Bushwoman as a female who is invaluable to the President yet underscrutinized by the press.
This historical novel presents the tragic story of Sarah Baartman, the bushwoman with--among other features--prominent buttocks, who was taken to London from South Africa in 1810.