A man who has fifty-two landladies in a year has surely a fertile field.
Landladies know of a compound beside which the diamond is as putty.
Landladies, judging her by her appearance, would only show her their best rooms.
As soon as the exchange is made, two landladies appear on the scene.
Thompson's landladies were his faithful, patient, and puzzled friends.
Landladies are ladder-rungs of progress, too; Kedzie's history might have been traced by hers.
All his lifelong Fairfax retained an adoration for landladies.
Landladies asked questions, and she was not a very good liar.
"I hadn't thought of the landladies," he said, after a short pause.
I would say to a nation, show me your landladies and I will tell you your destiny.