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.
In a new profile of Liz Smith at The New York Times, the 94-year-old grand dame of gossip discusses her early education as a journalist.
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.
Where to stay: The Prince of Wales Hotel is the grande dame of accommodations in town, built in 1864 and expanded many times since.
Naturally, skiing and snowboarding are the big draws here in Silverthorne — which many use as their hub to visit all five grande dame ski resorts in the area.
For being a grande dame, Ms. Nakaya is a quiet, modest woman with twinkling eyes.
Though a ball gown is most commonly seen at the Oscars or the Met Ball, Rihanna brought her grand dame style to a movie premiere.
Dames said DiBernardo is worthy of joining Short on the national team.
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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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