Definition of Charwoman. Meaning of Charwoman. Synonyms of Charwoman

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Definition of Charwoman

Charwoman
Charwoman Char"wom`an, n.; pl. Charwomen. [See Char a chore.] A woman hired for odd work or for single days.

Meaning of Charwoman from wikipedia

- A charwoman, chargirl, or char, jokingly charlady, is an old-fashioned occupational term, referring to a paid part-time worker who comes into a house...
- pla**** the charwoman Mrs. Dilber opposite Alastair Sim in the 1951 film Scrooge (US: A Christmas Carol, 1951) and as a ****ney charwoman who inherits...
- impulse and sympathy, and her fear and revulsion at Gregor's new form. The Charwoman is an old lady who is emplo**** by the Samsa family to help take care of...
- The Charwoman's Shadow is a 1926 fantasy novel by Anglo-Irish writer Lord Dunsany. It is among the pioneering works in the field, published before the...
- Female Healers. p. 236. Hsieh. "From Charwoman to Empress Dowager". Ming Studies: 45. Hsieh. "From Charwoman to Empress Dowager". Ming Studies: 46....
- rights, and misappropriation of name and likeness due to the use of her charwoman character and an altered version of "Carol's Theme", the theme song used...
- Marie Burc**** (1900, Southwick, London –1989, London), was a cook and charwoman. He was brought up in his mother's Protestant religion. Caine had an elder...
- Avis Townes, was a light opera singer but later had to find work as a charwoman. He and his family emigrated to Cleveland, Ohio, USA in 1908. Jack's younger...
- Langley. The film also features Kathleen Harrison as Mrs. Dilber, Scrooge's charwoman. George Cole stars as the younger version of Scrooge, Hermione Baddeley...
- originally hired just for this sketch. The Charwoman – Burnett's signature character, an unnamed charwoman (most often in a musical number), whose animated...
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