assemblywoman

noun
as·​sem·​bly·​wom·​an | \ ə-ˈsem-blē-ˌwu̇-mən How to pronounce assemblywoman (audio) \

Definition of assemblywoman

: a woman who is a member of an assembly

Examples of assemblywoman in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn, a state assemblywoman and chair of the Kings County Democratic Party, has worked closely with Mr. Adams in Brooklyn politics and endorsed him. New York Times, 22 July 2021 An earlier version of this article incorrectly called her a state assemblywoman. Rich Calder, WSJ, 22 May 2021 There are five candidate running in the primary, including Republican Marco Contreras and Democrats Aeiramique Glass Blake, Leticia Munguia, Shane Suzanne Parmely and Dr. Akilah Weber, daughter of the former assemblywoman. Deborah Sullivan Brennan, San Diego Union-Tribune, 22 Mar. 2021 Smith is a former California assemblywoman and last May sought to replace former Democratic Rep. Katie Hill, who had flipped the district in the 2018 Democratic wave. Kerry Picket, Washington Examiner, 1 Apr. 2021 There are five candidate running in the primary, including Republican Marco Contreras and Democrats Aeiramique Glass Blake, Leticia Munguia, Shane Suzanne Parmely and Dr. Akilah Weber, daughter of the former assemblywoman. Deborah Sullivan Brennan, San Diego Union-Tribune, 22 Mar. 2021 There are five candidate running in the primary, including Republican Marco Contreras and Democrats Aeiramique Glass Blake, Leticia Munguia, Shane Suzanne Parmely and Dr. Akilah Weber, daughter of the former assemblywoman. Deborah Sullivan Brennan, San Diego Union-Tribune, 22 Mar. 2021 The law passed in the New Jersey legislature earlier this year and was signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy (no relation to the assemblywoman) on March 1. Sahar Akbarzai, CNN, 11 Apr. 2021 There are five candidate running in the primary, including Republican Marco Contreras and Democrats Aeiramique Glass Blake, Leticia Munguia, Shane Suzanne Parmely and Dr. Akilah Weber, daughter of the former assemblywoman. Deborah Sullivan Brennan, San Diego Union-Tribune, 22 Mar. 2021

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First Known Use of assemblywoman

1869, in the meaning defined above

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“Assemblywoman.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/assemblywoman. Accessed 21 Oct. 2021.

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: a woman who is a member of a legislative assembly

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