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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

The females of a group (as a family or community).

Usage examples (39)
  • The "womenfolks" from Maine were at Elkhorn when Roosevelt arrived.
  • Dow and the "womenfolks" recounted the happenings of the season of his absence.
  • Other times, in real danger, womenfolks, our kind of womenfolks, anyhow, they pitch right in and help.
  • Only the "womenfolks" and children remained indoors, and they were drowning with a piano any sounds that might have come from without. for more
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