1. A woman who has fully served an apprenticeship in a trade or craft and is a qualified worker in another's employ.
2. A woman who is an experienced and competent but undistinguished worker or athlete: "a 27-year-old journeywoman who has only ever won three matches at Grand Slam level" (Paul Newman).
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This training is offered through WBF's Journeywoman Start program, a 17-week classroom and hands-on pre-apprenticeship training program that introduces students to six different industrial trades.
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He brings Twitter alive through the lens of Twitter's editorial director 62-year-old Karen Wickre, a tech journeywoman with a liberal arts background who manages to draw out human whims even in an algorithm-driven world.
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Having spent years in the often-treacherous political battlefields of Southern Africa, the journeywoman politician is comfortable with the hostile nature of African politics and will relish her new status as the first female to head the AU.
In the beginning Audre speaks of the "journeywoman pieces of [her]self" and in the epilogue she talks about being made up of various pieces, influenced by different female friends:"!
This answer, though "wrong," is one the journeywoman Miss Austen might have been well advised to entertain, over the account she decided on.