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Noun
/ˈwo͝omən/,
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women, plural;
  1. An adult human female

  2. A female worker or employee

  3. A wife, girlfriend, or lover
    • - he wondered whether Billy had his woman with him
  4. A female person associated with a particular place, activity, or occupation
    • - a young American woman
  5. Female adults in general
    • - woman is intuitive
  6. A female paid to clean someone's house and carry out general domestic duties

  7. A peremptory form of address to a woman
    • - don't be daft, woman

  1. an adult female person (as opposed to a man); "the woman kept house while the man hunted"
  2. a female person who plays a significant role (wife or mistress or girlfriend) in the life of a particular man; "he was faithful to his woman"
  3. charwoman: a human female employed to do housework; "the char will clean the carpet"; "I have a woman who comes in four hours a day while I write"
  4. womanhood: women as a class; "it's an insult to American womanhood"; "woman is the glory of creation"; "the fair sex gathered on the veranda"
  5. A woman (pl: women) is a female human. The term woman is usually reserved for an adult, with the term girl being the usual term for a female child or adolescent. However, the term woman is also sometimes used to identify a female human, regardless of age, as in phrases such as "Women's rights".
  6. Woman or Woman: Incorporating the Woman's Budget was a woman's magazine published in Sydney, Australia by Sungravure . It operated from 1934 to 1954 . Issues originally cost three pence each .
  7. Woman is an album by Burt Bacharach in collaboration with the Houston Symphony Orchestra that was released in 1979 on A&M Records. It is a recording of a live, four hour recording session that took place on November 2, 1978 at Jones Hall in Houston, Texas. ...
  8. "Woman" is a 1981 single by John Lennon from his 1980 album Double Fantasy. Written by Lennon: it is an ode to his wife Yoko Ono, which is introduced by Lennon whispering, "For the other half of the sky ...", a paraphrase of a Chinese proverb, once used by Mao Zedong.
  9. Woman is the first solo album by British musician Mike McGear (spelled Michael on the cover), brother of ex-Beatle Paul McCartney, who also co-wrote a song, but is credited as a "friend". Roger McGough produced and co-wrote some songs with McGear.
  10. Woman is a studio album by Nancy Sinatra, released in 1972.
  11. Woman is a 1966 single by Peter and Gordon, written by Paul McCartney under a pseudonym.
  12. An adult female human; A wife (sometimes a finance or girlfriend)
  13. (Women) To dream of women, foreshadows intrigue. To argue with one, foretells that you will be outwitted and foiled. To see a dark-haired woman with blue eyes and a pug nose, definitely determines your withdrawal from a race in which you stood a showing for victory. ...
  14. (The women) Dawn Sarasin on Fotopedia
  15. (Women [605]) "We take a state no one's using, one they don't care about, say, Idaho, take all the preganant women, shove 'em in a donut truck and ship 'em off to Boise. We have Pregnaho, PMSachusetts, but where we're going is called Breast Virginia ... ...
  16. (Women) (1) Those of the female gender who cannot be trusted to make decisions about their personal health and safety, especially in regard to reproduction of the species. ...
  17. (Women) Dave Herny is a noted feminist.
  18. (Women) Hoarseness, acne, changes in menstrual periods or more hair on the face.
  19. (Women) People who are not men or boys. Biological or self-defined female members of the human species. Some male-to-female transgender or gender non-conforming individuals also identify as women.
  20. (Women) Random House (New York, NY), 1999.
  21. (Women) They are finally getting some respect (not to mention specialized models) from the various athletic shoe manufacturers. Back in the Baby Boomer days, they invariably wore Keds (or something like them) to gym class; except for the one or two rebels who wore high-top Chucks instead. ...
  22. (Women) did not compete in boxing (or most other sports) in ancient times. In the modern era women boxers were often a novelty, competing in contests staged in London during the 1700s. The 1904 Olympics featured women’s boxing but only as a display event. ...
  23. (Women) have low levels of testosterone preventing them from developing large muscles of gaining significant amounts of weight
  24. (Women) needier, more demanding of affection, less governed by conscience, more prone to neurosis and hysteria, fundamentally passive, more narcissistic. For more about this, see Projection. ...
  25. Obese women are at increased risk of anovulatory infertility^[20]. This is thought to be due to hyperandrogenism in which high androgen levels increase apoptosis of the granulosa cells, as well as damaging the endometrium and developing oocytes. ...