Definition of Housekeepers

1. Noun. (plural of housekeeper) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Housekeepers

1. housekeeper [n] - See also: housekeeper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Housekeepers

household god
household gods
household income
household linen
household name
household names
household products
householder
householders
households
househunting
househusband
househusbands
housekeep
housekeeper
housekeepers (current term)
housekeeping
housekeeping gene
housekeeping genes
housekeeping protein
housekeepings
housekeeps
housekept
housel
houseled
houseleek
houseleeks
houseless
houselessness
houselessnesses

Literary usage of Housekeepers

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1. Domestic Service by Lucy Maynard Salmon (1897)
"It is often proposed to call together a convention of housekeepers to discuss ... Other housekeepers seriously advocate abolishing the public schools above ..."

2. Walden; Or, Life in the Woods: Or, Life in the Woods by Henry David Thoreau (1893)
"So easy is it, though many housekeepers doubt it, to establish new and better customs in the place of the old. You need not rest your reputation on the ..."

3. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1915)
"housekeepers and domestic servants. Not excessive. The following verdicts for injuries impairing the ability of housekeepers or domestic servants to labor ..."

4. The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West Indies by Antonio de Alcedo, George Alexander Thompson (1814)
"It is of a mild temperature, produces much maize and papas ; contains 25 housekeepers and 70 Indians, who manufacture large and small hampers, by which they ..."

5. Memoirs of Father Ripa During Thirteen Years' Residence at the Court of by Matteo Ripa (1855)
"These brown housekeepers generally attach themselves so sincerely to the interests of their protectors, and make themselves so useful, that they commonly ..."

6. The World's Congress of Representative Women: A Historical Résumé for by May Wright Sewall (1894)
"It was not our intention to confine our work to Chicago, and for this reason we adopted the name of the "Columbian Association of housekeepers. ..."

7. The Vocational Education of Girls and Women by Albert H. Leake (1918)
"\Part-time instruction for housekeepers. In the industrial training of boys ... There are many housekeepers who find themselves unequal to the tasks they ..."

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