cavewoman


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cave·wom·an

 (kāv′wo͝om′ən)
n.
A prehistoric or primitive woman living in caves.
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cavewoman

[ˈkeɪvwʊmən] N (cavewomen (pl)) → mujer f de las cavernas, cavernícola f, troglodita f; (more loosely) → mujer f prehistórica
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Back in cavewoman days, I reckon every woman would look at Zog from the cave next door and think, 'Hmm, she's got a new bison coat, I wonder where she got that from?
If your inner caveman or cavewoman is itching to cook with fire, you have many options.
Getting up to use the loo in the middle of the night becomes a real challenge when you're a cavewoman: trying not to wake your tribe, who slumber by the dying embers of the fire, you creep through the dark forest to the dug-out pit you use as a toilet, searching among the trees all the time for the glowing eyes of savage jackals...
KYLIE MINOGUE A HEALTHY APPETITE: Some may think Kylie an unlikely cavewoman but she is a fan of the Paleo diet, saying: "I'm into that." As the singer - who battled breast cancer in 2005 - suffers from low blood sugar, she says a low-GI diet made up of fish, grass-fed, pastureraised red meat, fruit and veg, mushrooms, nuts and roots helps her stay in shape.
She not only met that goal but also wound up marrying a local man and being able to speak with her mother-in-law in "my slow cavewoman Croatian." Would studying a new language have been worthwhile even without such unexpected perks?
Channeling her inner cavewoman, particularly avoiding dairy products.
She runs a souvenir shop and my two daughters-in-law were later intrigued to hear that their presents of mittens and slippers had been knitted by a real, live cavewoman.
For women, there are plenty of options too -- tuxedo bunny, nurse, lady gangster, cavewoman, pink fairy, cheerleader, pirate -- all of which could be preceded with the word 'sexy,' in adherence to a more modern Halloween custom.
snatches the swinging pocket book from her sister like a cavewoman
The pursuit of beauty goes much further back in time; it has been a strand in the weave of human history since the first cavewoman gazed at her reflection in a puddle of muddy water and daubed charcoal on her face.
"I've cut the lining out of my jacket as well because it was so heavy." Michelle has only done the Great North Run in costume once before, in 1990, as a cavewoman, but she's raised thousands for various charities over the years.