Charwomen
Charwoman Char"wom`an (ch[^a]r"w[oo^]m`an), n.; pl. {Charwomen} (ch[^a]r"w[i^]m`[e^]n). [See {Char} a chore.] A woman hired for odd work or for single days. [1913 Webster]

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