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Suzy Homemaker

A woman who pursues, personifies, or is characterized by the traits associated with a conventional housewife, especially as depicted in the 1950s and '60s. The name comes from a toy line of functional miniature kitchen and household appliances sold in the late 1960s. Primarily heard in US. All my life I've just wanted to be a little Suzy Homemaker exactly like the women in my grandmother's magazines. Steph is such a Suzy Homemaker that I always feel self-conscious whenever she comes over to my disheveled house. More and more women are ditching the idea of becoming Miss Suzy Homemaker, instead embracing adventure, ambitious careers, and unconventional lifestyles.
See also: Suzy

Suzy Homemaker

n. a personification of the quintessential female American housewife. (During the 1960s, this was a brand of child-sized kitchen appliances and also a doll of the same name.) Well, aren’t you just Miss Suzy Homemaker! You’re even wearing an apron!
See also: Suzy
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