adj. phrase to describe certain married females who wanted to work outside of the home but forbidden by their protective husbands. Usage common in the U.S. to about 1960.
Joe kept Sarah hushed up about working a factory shift by keeping her barefoot and pregnant. He knocked her up everytime she bled so she'd have too much to do at home than to think about other work.
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