ma'am[ mam, mahm; unstressed muh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF ma'am
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MA'AM
Oh, ma'am—you're very polite—I feel it a great compliment, I assure you.
If you think that, ma'am, it's very cruel and unkind of you to send me away.
I came to see, ma'am, whether you'd take me back, as I 'aven't got Baby now.
I should think she'd a done something, shouldn't you, ma'am?
But I came to you, ma'am, because you seemed to sort of need me most.
"He's just bad, ma'am," Carter was saying, as Mike reached the steps.
He's worth a dozen dead men, Ma'am; he's jest stunned; that's all!
Then he said, meekly, "Does your mother object to tobacco smoke, ma'am?"
Yes, ma'am, I just passed the carriage in the avenue: she is going home, is not she?
Well, ma'am; but I will ask Mr. Walsingham what he thinks, and show him the paper.