Examples of lady in a Sentence
Her mother was always telling her to act like a lady.
He bumped into some lady walking to the bus stop.
He helped a little old lady cross the street.
Recent Examples of lady from the Web
Volunteers included members of the Woman’s Club of Vista and Girl Scout Troop 4371 with Pride of Vista Pageant ladies Jess Heatherly and Allyce Calloway and Blue Star volunteers Laura and Briana Torres.
The exhibits’ themes range from a 1924 poster representing the city’s first Sylvan Beach Beauty Pageant to a set of lady’s calling cards complete with case.
Meanwhile the design, although reminiscent of a lady’s flowing dress (and reportedly made to reflect Queen Victoria’s own wedding gown), was considered unisex and graced both male and female babies.
Some of the young ladies out there might do something that puts a smile on my face and makes me chuckle.
All three of these ladies are definitely younger looking in the airport photo.
The tight-jeaned crooner stole the hearts of all the young ladies with every expletive imaginable.
The two ladies were all smiles after their girls' trip on the royal train the night before.
A few years after Anne was dishonorably discharged from the court, she was given the chance to return and join her sister as one of Catherine of Aragon’s ladies-in-waiting.
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LADY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lady for English Language Learners
: a woman who behaves in a polite way
: a woman of high social position
: a man's girlfriend
LADY Defined for Kids
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