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young lady

noun as in debutante

Strong match

noun as in girl

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Example Sentences

The friend is a nice and pleasant young lady at our house and my daughter does enjoy time with her — when she shows up.

When the young lady dropped them off, they never seemed like something was wrong.

In two terms he received only one day’s punishment, and might well have avoided a second rude admonition had it not been for a young lady who came to call.

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In Regency London, a young lady and a Duke agree to a false courtship which develops into something more.

Plus, we’ll be checking in with the talented young ladies who got the chance to create their own makeup line through the ULTA x Girls United Beautiful Possibilities initiative.

And then that chorus kicks in, and the young lady formerly known as Lizzy Grant transforms into the princess of darkness.

She had a sweet, gentle voice, and she was obviously an educated and very considerate young lady.

“Folks have gone very quickly to that issue and have attacked the character of that young lady, and I think unfairly,” he said.

“I would prefer to hear ‘The Entertainer,’” the young lady says (they declined to give their names).

Ultimately, the criminal charges were dropped when the young lady refused to testify.

The young lady, hearing his step, turned round and stood on the stair, confronting him fiercely.

Frulein Fichtner was the young lady who was going to play his concerto in A major at the concert that evening.

The soul's confessions of that dear young lady were delightful in their naïve innocence.

"I shall feed no Yankees," cried a shrill voice, and a young lady flounced out of the door, her face red with anger.

A ghostly mate would be no very pleasant bridegroom for a young lady.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to young lady, such as: deb, teenage girl, and young girl.

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