A woman who rows, especially an expert in rowing; a rower. (noun)
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Use "oarswoman" in a sentence
"But she was not afraid of a little hard work, her muscles were supple, and she had rowed one season in the first eight at Briarwood Hall, and so considered herself something of an oarswoman."
"During the summer and early fall, Sheila had become a splendid oarswoman."
"Something about the look in the eye of that Mississippi-bred oarswoman, who seemed such a force among her fellows, told him that he had better capitulate."