everywoman [ev-ree-woo m-uh n] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural eve·ry·wom·en.
- an ordinary woman; a typical or average woman.
Origin of everywoman 1965–70; every + woman, on the model of everyman Related Words for everywoman commonality, bourgeoisie, Everyman, Everywoman, vulgus Examples from the Web for everywoman Contemporary Examples of everywoman
But the bombshell first lady’s attempt to play the everywoman during this campaign was met with some mockery.
Valérie Trierweiler: France’s Feisty First Lady
May 10, 2012
But on the page, she is Everywoman—and anyone reading the collection will laugh out loud in both sympathy and recognition.
December 20, 2010
To Republicans, Palin projects the image of everywoman as antiestablishment warrior.
How Old Hickory Haunts the Election
October 25, 2008
Historical Examples of everywoman
Ann was the result: every woman is not Ann; but Ann is Everywoman.
George Bernard Shaw
In the Temperate zone in summertime, Everywoman looks to be cooler than Everyman—and by the same token is cooler.
‘Oh, Well, You Know How Women Are!’ AND ‘Isn’t That Just Like a Man!’
Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb
For his inclusive anger at Everywoman soon changed back to deeper affection than ever.