An advocate of women's suffrage, especially in the United Kingdom.(noun)
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Use "suffragette" in a sentence
"Today, the term suffragette is often considered demeaning."
"When the years brought those violent scenes and emotions of what has been called the suffragette campaign, Rosalie, who might have been expected to be a militant of the militants, took no part nor even interest in it whatever."
"This then is the end of the argument in favour of the suffragette, which is developed out of her own psychology."