Examples of womanhood in a Sentence
a young girl on the verge of womanhood
What is your view of womanhood?
The book is a celebration of womanhood.
Recent Examples of womanhood from the Web
Let’s face it, a robbery of this scale would never have been pulled off without the privilege of unassuming inconspicuousness that comes with white womanhood.
Their womanhood is not only acknowledged but necessary.
Ellman-Golan, who is white, co-facilitated a workshop on confronting white womanhood at the Women’s Convention last October alongside artist Heather Marie Scholl and organizer Rhiannon Childs.
Her interview with Philadelphia Weekly about the show is a captivating look at womanhood.
Bentley beautifully describes harvesting, baking, and delighting in sand-pear pies as a tradition among them that marked the milestones of womanhood and knitted the family together through hardship.
Even as Rebecca acts with wide-eyed enthusiasm, she is never written as frivolous by virtue of her womanhood.
The playwright-in-residence's work looks at how the invention changed womanhood.
In some cases, candidates are presenting their womanhood front and center: Ads for female gubernatorial candidates in Maryland and Wisconsin have shown them breastfeeding babies.
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WOMANHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of womanhood for English Language Learners
: the state or condition of being an adult woman and no longer a girl
: women in general
WOMANHOOD Defined for Kids
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