gentlewoman[ jen-tl-woo m-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF gentlewoman
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GENTLEWOMAN
It seems 'tis not so asy any way, now-a-days, to make a gentlewoman, Mrs. Rooney.
Yet it is not well for a woman and a gentlewoman to dwell alone.
But the gentlewoman's heart was a great deal better than her head.
That a Spanish gentlewoman should have shown herself so bold!
"She is a gentlewoman by birth, sir," said the old lady, tetchily.
How shall a gentleman go about a sorry figure, more than a gentlewoman?
It was the home of a gentlewoman who could make a little better than "the best of things."
She received us with the courtesy and easy manners of a gentlewoman.
But there was that about her which proclaimed her unmistakably the gentlewoman, and this was good to know.
It may be said of her that she was at all points a gentlewoman.