Recent Examples of saleswoman from the Web
At the turn of the millenium, Allison Schieffelin earned more than $1 million a year as an institutional bond saleswoman at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter.
Sypher previously worked as a showroom model and saleswoman.
Now, a snake-oil saleswoman fits perfectly into the Trump cabinet.
In 1982, at age 61, Metcalf made the leap into public service, narrowly winning a campaign against real estate saleswoman Theresa Ashkar to represent District 114, parts of Miami, Coral Gables, unincorporated Miami-Dade County and South Miami.
Elizabeth Banks is Melinda Ledbetter, the Cadillac saleswoman who met Mr. Wilson later in his life and eventually married him.
Mrs. Sliwa was a saleswoman for Stanley Home Products and raised three children with her husband, Chester Sliwa, a merchant seaman, who was often away for weeks at a time.
A former saleswoman for Iron World Fencing in Laurel was sentenced to six months in jail on May 26 after pleading guilty in August, alongside her cousin, of stealing more than $54,000 from the ornamental fencing company.
Angelovic graduated from Florida State University in 2016 and has worked as a nanny, an activities director, a surf instructor and a saleswoman for a yacht company in Florida.
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Definition of saleswoman for English Language Learners
: a woman whose job is to sell things
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