Huswife

• (n.) A case for sewing materials. See Housewife. • (v. t.) To manage with frugality; -- said of a woman. • (n.) A female housekeeper; a woman who manages domestic affairs; a thirfty woman. • (n.) A worthless woman; a hussy.
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huswife

1. A female housekeeper; a woman who manages domestic affairs; a thirfty woman. 'The bounteous huswife Nature.' 'The huswife is she that do labour doth fall.' (Tusser) ... 2. A worthless woman; a hussy. ... 3. [See Hussy a bag] A case for sewing materials. See Housewife. ... Origin: OE. Huswif; hus house + wif wife. Cf. Hussy a housewife, Housewife...
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Huswife

Hus'wife noun [ Middle English huswif ; hus house + wif wife. Confer Hussy a housewife, Housewife .] [ Written also housewife .] 1. A female housekeeper; a woman who manages domestic affairs; a thirfty woman. 'The bounteous huswife Nature.'
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Huswife

Hus'wife transitive verb To manage with frugality; -- said of a woman. Dryden.
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