unhusbanded

unhusbanded

(ʌnˈhʌzbəndɪd)
adj
1. (Agriculture) agriculture not assisted by husbandry; not cultivated
2. (Sociology) without a husband
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Faulkner's fiction abounds in narcissistic child-mothers and strong (sometimes angry or mad) white Southern women who fit the regionalized and only slightly revised type of the Yankee school marm (Addie Bundren of As I Lay Dying and Joanna Burden of Light in August) as well as the strong and unhusbanded social arbiters, widows or spinsters (Aunt Jenny of Sartoris, Miss Rosa of Absalom, Absalom!
(5.) Andro Linklater, An Unhusbanded Life: Charlotte Despard, Suffragette, Socialist and Sinn Feiner (London: Hutchinson, 1980).
(30.) Andro Linklater, An Unhusbanded Life: Charlotte Despard: Suffragette, Socialist, and Sinn Feiner (London: Hutchinson, 1980), 77.