frontierswoman frontierswoman


  • (n) a woman who lives on the frontier


  1. It is not therefore odd that his depiction of the frontierswoman should resemble a Byzantine cowgirl, shotgun in hand, fearlessly facing whatever the gods may send.
  2. The heroine is a reluctant frontierswoman of the 1880s named Catherine Crocker.
  3. John Ford made her a stalwart frontierswoman in Drums Along the Mohawk.


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    on August 27, 2013     Source: Vulture

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