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LADDIEIS [ˈlādēz]

DEFINITION

  • plural form of lady.
Synonyms: lady .

NOUN

  • a woman (used as a polite or old-fashioned form of reference).
  • an informal, often brusque, form of address to a woman.
Synonyms: woman . female . lass . lassie . biddy . filly . bird . besom . dame . broad . jane . maid . damsel . wench . gentlewoman . petticoat .

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What does ladies first mean?

ladies first. A polite invitation for a lady or ladies to do something first, especially entering some place or something. A: "Oh, excuse me, I didn't see you there, please go ahead!" B: "No, no, ladies first, I insist!". See also: first, lady.

What does Ladie mean?

1. a woman who is refined, polite, and well-spoken. 2. a woman of high social position or economic class. 3. any woman; female (sometimes used in combination): the lady who answered the phone; a saleslady. 4. (used in direct address: often offensive in the singular): Ladies and gentlemen, welcome.

What is the definition of a lady?

Definition of lady 1a : a woman having proprietary rights or authority especially as a feudal superior b : a woman receiving the homage or devotion of a knight or lover 3a : a woman of superior social position b : a woman of refinement and gentle manners

What does it mean to be called 'My Ole Lady'?

Ole Lady is a term used for girlfriend/wife/woman. Typically, biker gangs (not saying your boyfriend is in one!) call their wives their "ole lady" to show possession and for other members to back off.

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