lady-in-waiting[ ley-dee-in-wey-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF lady-in-waiting
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When he had gone she turned in alarm and whispered with her lady-in-waiting.
"Old woman, you are exceedingly ill-bred," cried a lady-in-waiting.
And even swore—in a polite, lady-in-waiting fashion, to be sure—to get even.
Since then I've been a sort of lady-in-waiting—and now I'm nothing at all.
Miss Molyneux—as if he had been Royalty—stood like a lady-in-waiting.
I have the right to dismiss my lady-in-waiting if I think fit.
Lady-in-waiting to Queen Maria Amelia, to whom she was most devoted.
There was a gulf not easy to bridge between a lady-in-waiting and an Archduchess.
But he said that the letter which had been seized by my "lady-in-waiting" was not what I imagined it to be.
She is lady-in-waiting to the Queen, and a very charming person.