Examples of first lady in a Sentence
The President and the First Lady attended the concert.
the first lady of American dance
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Everything the first lady wears is thought-out and carefully strategized.
The cameras were there as the first lady boarded the plane at Joint Base Andrews, Secret Service agents in tow.
The first lady later reported Fonda to the Secret Service, her communications director, Stephanie Grisham, confirmed to PEOPLE.
The sites have sparked a firestorm of criticism that’s expanded to include Republican governors, European governments and former first lady Laura Bush.
The first lady's appearance came amid her return to the international stage after she was hospitalized in May for a kidney surgery and dropped out of sight for nearly a month.
So the first lady's dress potentially offered quite a bit of cultural subtext.
The president and first lady appeared not to have followed long-running protocol in which a bow or curtsy is customary.
The first lady is something of a mystery to the American people.
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FIRST LADY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of first lady for English Language Learners
: the wife of the U.S. president
: a woman who has great importance, influence, or success in a specified activity or profession
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