Definition of laywoman in English:

laywoman

Syllabification: lay·wom·an
Pronunciation: /ˈlāˌwo͝omən
 
/

noun (plural laywomen)

A nonordained female member of a church.
More example sentences
  • At that time I was introduced to a laywoman who was influential in the Catholic church in that electoral district where my brother ran.
  • He will be featuring reports from a priest and a consecrated laywoman who are in Rome and emailing him.
  • She was a tough Aussie laywoman who persevered in faith over the persecution of her hostile bishop.

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