A woman who washes clothes and linens for a living.(noun)
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Use "washerwoman" in a sentence
"This Scutari washerwoman is no exception to the rule, and welcomes me most heartily."
""Afternoon, ser Cerryl!" called the washerwoman who had set her basket on the narrow porch of Esad's-a store of odd items, neither a chandlery nor a miller's market nor a weaver's shop, but a place that held items partaking selectedly of all."
"Your washerwoman is a lady, and your coalman a Chesterfield."