One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A female native or inhabitant of Wales, or a woman of Welsh descent.
- ‘Even the Welshwoman who runs the off-licence in Tomintoul, prefers nosing whisky to drinking it and opts for a glass of white wine over both.’
- ‘The unseeded Welshwoman twice led in the match before David, the No2 seed, delighted the crowd with a victory.’
- ‘Its unusual history began when a rich Welshwoman from Glamorgan, Magaret Morris, married her French tutor, Noel Desenfans, just before the Revolution in his native country.’
- ‘There was no way back for the Welshwoman, 10 years her senior, after she had conceded a four-foot birdie to Wie who had split the fairway with a monster drive down the 13th.’
- ‘Yesterday, as if to make amends, the 26-year-old Welshwoman turned out for the team at 200m and in the 4x400m relay.’
- ‘Known as the Merched y Wawr, or Women of the Dawn, it is dedicated to promoting the rights of Welshwomen, the Welsh language and culture, and organizing charitable projects.’
- ‘In the final few strides the Glaswegian eased past both Richards and Catherine Murthy, the Welshwoman who had previously held the fastest time by a Briton this year.’
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