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saleswoman (n.)

1704, "woman who waits upon customers in a shop or store;" see sales + woman, and compare salesman, salesperson. Saleslady (by 1856) is marked in Century Dictionary as "Vulgar, U.S." Saleswomanship is attested by 1908.

updated on March 08, 2022

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Definitions of saleswoman from WordNet

saleswoman (n.)
a woman salesperson;
Synonyms: salesgirl / saleslady
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