Definition of Farmerettes

1. farmerette [n] - See also: farmerette



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Farmerettes

farmboy
farmboys
farmed
farmer
farmer's calendar
farmer's cheese
farmer's market
farmer's markets
farmer's sausage
farmer's skin
farmer's tan
farmer's walk
farmeress
farmeresses
farmerette
farmerettes (current term)
farmeries
farmerly
farmers
farmership
farmerships
farmery
farmette
farmettes
farmgate
farmgirl
farmgirls
farmhand
farmhands
farmhouse

Literary usage of Farmerettes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Handbook of War Facts and Peace Problems by Arthur Lincoln Frothingham, Albert Bushnell Hart, National Security League (1919)
"was helped in several unusual ways to meet the emergency: (1) By the so-called "farmerettes"; (2) by the school children; (3) by after hours and Sunday help ..."

2. America's Part in the World War: A History of the Full Greatness of Our by Richard Joseph Beamish, Francis Andrew March (1919)
"THE farmerettes AT MILKING TIME College girls milking cows to do their bit ... VY THE farmerettes AT WORK In the great shortage of men, women took up farm ..."

3. America's Part in the World War: A History of the Full Greatness of Our by Richard Joseph Beamish, Francis Andrew March (1919)
"... THE farmerettes AT MILKING TIME College girls milking cows to do their bit for Uncle Sam. ... Y. THE farmerettes AT WORK ..."

4. Economic Civics by Ray Osgood Hughes (1921)
"farmerettes AT WORK. International Film Service. These girls accepted the offer of the New York State Industrial Employment Bureau to get places for them on ..."

5. Economic and Vocational Civics by Ray Osgood Hughes (1921)
"farmerettes AT WORK. International Film Service. These girls accepted the offer of the New York State Industrial Employment Bureau to get places for them on ..."

6. Annual Report by John H. Delaney (1915)
"There are fourteen farmerettes, in charge of Mrs. Deane, who attend to the ... In the spring the ground is plowed by men and thereafter the farmerettes do ..."

7. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by Anna Lorraine Guthrie, Marion A. Knight, H.W. Wilson Company, Estella E. Painter (1920)
"Kind M 28:276 Je 36 farmerettes. FG Sanders. Kind M 31:2!!8 Je Games to teach politeness. L. II. Smith. ..."

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