A woman who performs manual or industrial labor for wages.(noun)
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Use "workwoman" in a sentence
"At the best, city life is an unnatural life for the human; but the city life of London is so utterly unnatural that the average workman or workwoman cannot stand it."
"Modeste laid each thread of cotton with a precision that would have made an ordinary workwoman desperate."
"Wherefore we pray thee to give this house that hath been so dear to us unto thy workwoman and her mates; for we need it not, nor the hire thereof, but shall do well enough with what money or good thou mayst give us."