Examples of lass in a Sentence
she's only a gawky lass now, but she'll be a beautiful woman some day
Recent Examples of lass from the Web
But a brilliant lass appeared to solve the problem, using sunglass frames and zip ties, so that her outer mask could hinge and not rest on her face.
So, the original family, who loved her very much, decided to rehome the furry lass with someone in Prague, a town about 20 miles away.
President Trump chose him, like the Bachelor chooses a swooning young lass.
For New Yorker Tommy Albright, who gets lost while on a hunting trip in Scotland, love comes in the form of a lass named Fiona MacLaren in a mysterious little town called Brigadoon.
A trio of lasses sported green tutus — Alyssa, Beuster, 30, of Irvine, and her nieces Tori and Ava Ludgren, 15 and 7, of Rancho Cucamonga.
A country lass with an idea for an iOS app is ensnared by a co-working space’s devious six-month contract.
A short time later Meadows allegedly showed up with his dog, which jumped on the front desk and startled the lass.
Mix one swaggering, slurring, Johnny Depp (heavy on the eyeliner) with one headstrong young lass in a cleavage-baring corset and one noble, handsome upstart.
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Origin and Etymology of lass
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of lass for English Language Learners
: a girl or young woman
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