Noun(1) the women of a particular family or community considered collectively.
(1) But the absence of the traditional enemy didn't spoil the fun for assortment of enthusiasts including gunslingers, gamblers, and their womenfolk .(2) On summer evenings the womenfolk of my family would put on their chador and go out for a stroll in one of the Mughal gardens.(3) The ambassador's glamorous ex-mistress Gloria Swanson did not crash the party, as the womenfolk of both families had feared.(4) Alex and Rhena were all revved up with horsey mania, so around the city we clippety went, with our womenfolk waving to the passing trams.(5) The wiseguys, their cowering subordinates, their stoic womenfolk and the dead bodies around them are all chickens - and they are mostly all children.(6) These colours were also used in a warp-weighted loom for making large areas of cloth, and would have been operated by the womenfolk of every household.(7) I had watched as all the womenfolk in my family had become peasants.(8) Once derisively referred to as the chanars (toddy tappers), the womenfolk of the community were never allowed to cover the upper portion of their bodies.(9) There are everyday photos in the style of Frank Meadows Sutcliffe of fishermen and their womenfolk , and examples of the smocks and oilskins worn by them.(10) More than a century ago, to give his womenfolk an illusory monsoon during the hottest months, a maharana created the Maids of Honour garden.(11) A new mural on the outside wall of the town hall depicts, in raw Forties naturalist style, a German soldier heroically protecting his womenfolk .(12) The nomads, he said, were intensely jealous of strange men catching sight of their womenfolk , so I should stay in the Landcruiser while he advanced half way across the scrub.(13) The womenfolk of the Longbridge workers - the phrase is not inaccurate - are preparing to bring a mass demonstration to London.(14) I can hear them whispering in the kitchen, the womenfolk in my family.(15) My womenfolk packed kosher-beef sandwiches for me.(16) The father of the family happened to be here being thoroughly neighbourly & good, but out of earshot of his womenfolk , and thus we learned what was actually going on.
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