lady

[ ley-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF lady

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LADY

At the head of the stairs they parted, Milbrey joining the lady who had waited for him.

If it please you, lady, my master bids me say he desires your presence.

That telegram from Coplen is concernin' of a lady—a party that was with him when he died.

He returned at length with the message, "The lady says will you please step up-stairs."

Why, you'd be Lady Casselthorpe, with dukes and counts takin' off their crowns to you.

At any rate, if the lady of the house objected to it, it could return with Mistress Randall.

Then the other lady said, solemnly, 'My dear Mrs. Meredith, it is too true.

The lady did as she was told, and they retraced their steps.

This question was addressed to the lady, who drew back, and made no reply.

You wadna have me to believe, Captain Smith, that the lady does not prefer you to him?

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