woman–about–town

noun

Definition of woman–about–town

plural

women–about–town

  1. :  a worldly and socially active woman Trying to match the helpless female with the tough-minded writer, the woman-about-town with the farm girl riddled by religious guilt, is not easy. — Richard B. Woodward, New York Times Magazine, 12 Mar. 1989

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1883

First Known Use of woman–about–town

1883


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