Definition of woman–child
1 archaic : a female infant
2 : woman who has the qualities of a child : a childlike woman By the time she did leave home in 1986 she was a drastically insecure 30-year-old woman-child who had never dated, never been in love, never had any real friends. — Laura B. Randolph, Ebony, July 1992
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