Examples of dame in a Sentence
She was made a dame the year before she died.
as the grand dames of local society, they determined which charities received support
Recent Examples of dame from the Web
Portland’s literary grand dame, Ursula Le Guin, has added another Hugo Award to her collection.
Theron dresses up as an MI6 killer-chick in Atomic Blonde, and Cotillard wears sackcloth couture portraying another hard-luck dame under the thumb of the patriarchy, in From the Land of the Moon.
Inspired by the great Alabama dame Zelda Fitzgerald, The Marble Ring is not to be missed.
Earlier this year, during a press junket for A Wrinkle In Time, the grand dame of television and the arbiter of the good life Oprah Winfrey announced that Mindy Kaling was expecting her first child.
Vivienne Westwood, the climate change–fighting dame of our time, dispensed some unexpected skin-care advice last weekend at Paris Fashion Week.
Why choose Philly for your grand debut as a grand dame of song?
For 26 years Mexico City’s Bertha Sandoval, 81, has taken part in Día de los Muertos events playing the iconic La Catrina, the distinctive grand dame of death, her delicate, beautiful face painted to skeletal perfection.
Since its opening in 1897, this grand dame on the banks of Hamburg's Inner Alster Lake has drawn travelers for its elegance, service, discretion, and attention to detail.
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