everywoman [ev-ree-woo m-uh n] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural eve·ry·wom·en.

  1. 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

    Tracy McNicoll

    May 10, 2012

  • But on the page, she is Everywoman—and anyone reading the collection will laugh out loud in both sympathy and recognition.

    Last-Minute Gift Books

    Janice Kaplan

    December 20, 2010

  • To Republicans, Palin projects the image of everywoman as antiestablishment warrior.

    How Old Hickory Haunts the Election

    David Reynolds

    October 25, 2008

  • Historical Examples of everywoman

  • Ann was the result: every woman is not Ann; but Ann is Everywoman.

    Man And Superman

    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.

    We Can’t Have Everything

    Rupert Hughes

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