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
In southern culture, ladies simply didn’t do such things—but Rudolph did them anyway.
On one occasion, Bickerdyke ordered privileged white ladies to drop their petticoats so the muslin could be used to bandage the unwrapped stumps of amputees.
After having one too many drinks, a man walked over to a lady and threw up on her.
This lady and her very own personal wardrobe adviser, Angela Kelly know their stuff.
The final team traditionally features 36 ladies and will be officially announced at the end of training camp.
The most engaging passage has the least to do with anything: a monologue featuring Manuela Rentea as a charming lady who really, really hates her husband.
Or even: fancy lady once married to a hot dog eats a hot dog.
At Baselworld 2018 there were many highlights, including, but not limited to, the uptick in ladies' tool watches, the Rainbow Daytona, and more solid, consumer-friendly pieces than ever.
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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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