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(quote-song)|album=Chaka|title=I’m Every Woman|artist=(w)|passage=Cause I'm every woman / It's all in me
2012, Kate Welsh, ''Substitute Daddy'' ((ISBN)):
- "There is nothing wrong with Melissa or the way she was raised. She is a sweet, kind, intelligent woman with a generous heart and more love for her child than you and Mother ever showed for either of your children."
All female humans collectively; womankind.
(RQ:Hough Purchase Price) it is not fair of you to bring against mankind double weapons ! Dangerous enough you are as woman alone, without bringing to your aid those gifts of mind suited to problems which men have been accustomed to arrogate to themselves.”
1972, Helen Reddy, "I Am Woman," first line:
- I am Woman, hear me roar / In numbers too big to ignore
1997, Bob Grant, ''Let's Be Heard'', page 42:
- For if modern woman is so intent on keeping her surname alive, why not demand it be passed along to her children?
2011, ''Eileen Gray and the Design of Sapphic Modernity: Staying In'', page 109:
- Unsurprisingly, if modern man is a sort of camera, modern woman is a picture.
2003, Amelia Jones, ''The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader'', Psychology Press ((ISBN)), page 37:
- To be born a woman has been to be born, within an allotted and confined space, into the keeping of men.
2007, Clifford B. Bowyer, ''The Siege of Zoldex'', Silver Leaf Books, LLC ((ISBN)), page 307:
- One of the elves, a woman with long auburn hair, was garbed identically to the two dwarves.
2008, Christopher Paolini, ''Brisingr: Or The Seven Promises of Eragon Shadeslayer and Saphira Bjartskular - Inheritance Book Three'' ((ISBN)), page 549:
- Clearing a space between the tables, the men tested their prowess against one another with feats of wrestling and archery and bouts with quarterstaves. Two of the elves, a man and a woman, demonstrated their skill with swordplay—(..)
2014, Oisin McGann, ''Kings of the Realm: Cruel Salvation'', Penguin UK ((ISBN)):
- There was a pair of burly dwarves – a woman and a man – bearing the markings of the formidable Thane Guards.
1914, (w), ''Study of Thomas Hardy and Other Essays'', chapter 7: "Of Being and Not-Being":
- And then, when he lies with his woman, the man may concurrently be with God, and so get increase of his soul.
A female person who is extremely fond of or devoted to a specified type of thing. (qualifier)
2004, Hyveth Williams, ''Secrets of a Happy Heart: A Fresh Look at the Sermon on the Mount'', page 70:
- Perhaps my problem is that I am a cat woman. I can't imagine any finicky feline (and they all are that at one time or another) slobbering over anyone, even a beloved owner, the way a dog does.
- By her woman I sent your message.
To staff with female labor.
(quote-journal)|location=London|publisher=(...)Cox and Baylis,(...)for Taylor (engraver)|Charles Taylor,(nb...)|year=1813|volume=XIV|page=683|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=v4nfAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA683|passage=(..)he should prove, from the testimony of the most experienced seamen, that the vessel was, if not, strictly speaking, sufficiently ''manned'', yet that she was sufficiently ''manned'' and ''womanned''. The Gypsey was a vessel of 43 tons burden, and there were on board two able seamen and the Captain’s wife, who was a very good ''sailor'';
2010, Julia Glass, ''The Widower's Tale'', page 77
- The information desk is now manned (womaned) by someone whose main job is to help you reserve time slots for the computers or guide you through the arduous process of “logging on.”
1598, (w), ''s: All's Well That Ends Well|All's Well That Ends Well'', III. ii. 50:
- I have felt so many quirks of joy and grief / That the first face of neither on the start / Can woman me unto't.
1603, (w), ''The Tragedy of Othello, The Moor of Venice|The Tragedy of Othello, The Moor of Venice'', III. iv. 191:
- And think it no addition, nor my wish, / To have him see me woman'd.
To call (a person) "woman" in a disrespectful fashion.
(obsolete form of), (obsolete spelling of)
(quote-book)|volume=1|author=Bedřich Všemír hrabě z Berchtoldu|authorlink=Friedrich von Berchtold|publisher=Jos. Krause|page=142|passage=Škrobu welmi podobná hmota zdá se býti womanina (inulinum), kterauž P. Vauquelin w kořenu Womanu lekařského (''Inula helenium'') nalezl.|t=A substance similar to starch seems to be the elecampine (inulinum) which already P. Vauquelin has found in the root of the officinal inula (''Inula helenium'').