I argued that the washerwoman might have mangled her hand if she was caught in the wringer, but it couldn't have engulfed her entirely.
Patients get severe muscle cramps; their skin hangs loose, and their hands look like a washerwoman 's that have become dehydrated after prolonged water exposure.
I've been called a lot of different things in the last couple of years, but ‘a plump, wrinkly old washerwoman from Fez, Morocco’ wasn't one of them.
Don't show up your lovely ring with washerwoman 's hands.
The first woman he sees is a washerwoman hanging out the institution's washing.
She looked probably in her late twenties, I recognized her, though, for I couldn't have possibly forgotten that washerwoman 's build.
I have no father, and my mother was a washerwoman .
His father was a poor cobbler with great cultural aspirations and his mother a semi-literate washerwoman .
While toiling as a St. Louis washerwoman during the 1890s, she began to go bald.
Chances are that the washerwoman did not have a judge for a husband or father.