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
Rome has plenty of boutique hotels (J.K. Place Roma, D.O.M. Hotel) and apartment-like stays (Fendi Private Suites, the Portrait Roma, PiazzadiSpagna9), but Rome’s grand dames needed facelifts.
They were fascinated by psychics and faith healers, and of course, the many lovers and big dame hunters who pursued them from Hawaii to Hollywood to the Riviera.
The actress, who received the title of honorary dame from Queen Elizabeth II this past October, has connections to the Royal Family that are less obvious–but her connections are well worth an invitation.
In a race so many already expect to go to the Democrats, Miami Republicans are shrugging their shoulders at the candidates who've lined up to succeed Ros-Lehtinen, among the grand dames of U.S. politics.
She was appointed dame commander of the Order of the British Empire in 2012, and entered the House of Lords in 2015.
His sire is Scat Daddy, known for producing grass runners, but his dame, Leslie’s Lady, provides the genes that say Mendelssohn will run well on dirt.
Most importantly, Held, 31, shares the grand dame of French cookery’s apology-free, everything is fixable philosophy in the kitchen.
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DAME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dame for English Language Learners
: a woman who has been given a title as an honor for something she has done
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